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Default Help with asp server side validation

Hi,

I am having a signup.asp page where a user enters his details and clicks on subscribe button. I am doing server side validation to check if the user already exists in the database and then allowing him to subscribe using VB script. This subscription will send an email and then redirect to a thank you page once the user is validated. Now my problem is when I hit the browser back button on thankyou.asp page it just flashes the signup.asp page and brings back to the thank you page and in this process another email is sent. Is there any way that I can view the signup.asp page by clicking the browser back button on the thank you page.

Thanks.




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