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Default Form Submission - Sending Mail - Help

Submit the form mentioned below. Mail will be sent to the administrator when the form is submitted.


Process followed

When the form is submitted we storing all the info into the database and then constructing the mail contents(into a msg string variable) by extracting the value from the database.

If we echo msg on the page it is showing all the contents properly but .....

When we open the mail in Yahoo or outlook express 2002 SP1 the form contents shown in mail is not proper. It is showing some exclamation marks and some blank spaces also. In some places   . We have checked the code. It is proper. In rediffmail it is showing properly without any errors. Some times some contents are also missing.

Is it compatibility issue (mainly Outlook Express 2002 SP1) or something else....plz guide us.

Thanks in advance.

Arun Kumar
B-259, Vaishali Nagar,
Arun Kumar
B-259, Vaishali Nagar,

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