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Default cgiemail ?

hope many of u've used cgiemail (open source CGI script)
http://web.mit.edu/wwwdev/cgiemail/user.html

what i need is customized .htm page when there is error in sending eamil e.g. when user left some fields unfilled.

u c, we can check e-mail form throughly using JavaScript. but suppose there is javascript turned-off in client-browser; then, his will get default warning/error from cgiemail script itself.

cgiemail has option to show .htm 'success' page lieu its default success message. just i want it to display my chosen .html 'error' page. if this is possible, please discuss.

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Is this of any help?

http://web.mit.edu/wwwdev/cgiemail/advanced.html

'With release 1.4, cgiemail introduces a new hidden variable called failure. It works just like the success variable, but for failure rather than success. This variable should be used only after completely debugging a form.'

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