In article <4f3be8c01dbarry.allen(a)talktalk.net>, Barry.Allen
In article <4f3bdc9673tim(a)timil.com>, Tim Hill
> Most good ISPs have made some serious efforts to stop web forms
> being used by spammers and the like and insist that they contain
> one of their own valid addresses. Why not put in the line it was
> asking for and see what happens?
See above. That is not the way that ZEN set up their forms. The
contain my account number and the index of the recipient in the email
address file on the server. In the example below the account number
is 'zen57462' and the index in the address file is '26'.
> > An example of one of my forms is at:-
I've changed the example so that the person in the last one I
does not receive unsolicited messages. :o))
On testing the Forms with Netsurf the contents of the Form do get to
the recipients, it is just that the page the Form is supposed to link
to does not appear.
It is OK on every other browser I've tested. This is the line in the
form which is supposed to call the link page.
<input type="hidden" name="newpage"