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Default Email using Frontpage and CDONTS

Another confusing question, please forgive my lack of understanding.

I have data that is entered into a form and when submitted should go to a number of people.

Easy enough to do with one email recipient. Can even use an alias to send to many people if they remain fixed.

The problem:

1. The people to send it to change. I wanted to setup something like a database to hold the list of potential names, then have the sender click on the checkbox next to the name and then have it incorporate those checked names into the send to address.

2. What is the CDONTS email component and can I use it to send to multiple email addresses?

Thanks.

Howard







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