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I guess I should change from cdonts to cdosys. Since I am ignorant about asp I
hope you forgive this basic question. There are two asp files for handling
mail, the one that gets the info from a form and creates a form.asp to mail and
the one that takes that file and mails it, mail.asp.

I believe I can figure out what needs to be altered in the code for the first
form.asp but what needs to be changed in the one that sends the email? Is it
just this in the following code and if so just what should it read?

Thanks

Harvey

This is the 'mail.asp' file I use currently with cdonts.

Set objCDO = Server.CreateOb ject("CDONTS.Ne wMail")

'change this to the appropriate http
Const strHTTP = "http://www.righttax.or g/"

'get current date
strDate = Date()

'get form information
strFormName = Request("FormNa me")
strSubject = Request("subjec t")
strSendTo = Request("SendTo ")

strName = Request("txtNam e")
strPhone = Request("txtPho ne")

'if no information entered for email use your own
if instr(Request(" txtEmail"), "@") <0 then
strFrom = Request("txtEma il")
else
strFrom = strSendTo
end if

'concat URL information
strURLInfo = strHTTP & strFormName & "?" & Request.Form()

'create the HTML for email
strHTML = "<HTML<HEAD<TIT LE></TITLE</HEAD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<BODY>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TABLE WIDTH=500 CELLPADDING=0 CELLSPACING=0>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TR>"

'use some graphics for email
strHTML = strHTML & "<TD><IMG SRC=" & strHTTP & "emailbanner.JP G
BORDER=0></TD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</TR>"

'include basic info in email
strHTML = strHTML & "<TR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Date: " & strDate
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Subjec t: " & strSubject
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Reques ted by: " & strName
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Phone: " & strPhone

if strFrom <strSendTo then
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Email: <a href=mailto:" & strFrom & ">" &
strFrom & "</a>"
else
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Email: UNKNOWN"
end if

'add hyperlink to form in email
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR><BR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<A HREF=" & strURLInfo & "><IMG SRC=" & strHTTP &
"form.gif WIDTH=16 HEIGHT=16 BORDER=0>Click here</A>"
strHTML = strHTML & " to view completed form."
strHTML = strHTML & "</TD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</TR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TD></TD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</TR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</TABLE>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</BODY>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</HTML>"
'time to send the email
Dim objCDO
Set objCDO = Server.CreateOb ject("CDONTS.Ne wMail")

objCDO.To = strSendTo
objCDO.From = strFrom
objCDO.Subject = strName & " - " & strSubject
objCDO.BodyForm at = 0
objCDO.MailForm at = 0
objCDO.Body = strHTML
objCDO.Send

set objCDO = nothing

'redirect to the "Thanks" page
'Response.Redir ect strHTTP & "index.html "
--
RIGHT
Remove spam to email
http://righttax.org
Dec 6 '06 #1
4 2055
See comments inline
"Dr. Harvey Waxman" <sp******@right tax.orgwrote in message
news:sp******** *************** *****@news.lga. highwinds-media.com...
>I guess I should change from cdonts to cdosys. Since I am ignorant about
asp I
hope you forgive this basic question. There are two asp files for
handling
mail, the one that gets the info from a form and creates a form.asp to
mail and
the one that takes that file and mails it, mail.asp.

I believe I can figure out what needs to be altered in the code for the
first
form.asp but what needs to be changed in the one that sends the email? Is
it
just this in the following code and if so just what should it read?

Thanks

Harvey

This is the 'mail.asp' file I use currently with cdonts.

Set objCDO = Server.CreateOb ject("CDONTS.Ne wMail")
Get rid of the above line - it's repeated later and at a more appropriate
point - ie just before you use the object you are creating.
>
'change this to the appropriate http
Const strHTTP = "http://www.righttax.or g/"

'get current date
strDate = Date()

'get form information
strFormName = Request("FormNa me")
strSubject = Request("subjec t")
strSendTo = Request("SendTo ")

strName = Request("txtNam e")
strPhone = Request("txtPho ne")

'if no information entered for email use your own
if instr(Request(" txtEmail"), "@") <0 then
strFrom = Request("txtEma il")
else
strFrom = strSendTo
end if
Change all these Request("someth ing") to Request.Form("s omething") or
Request.Queryst ring("something ") - whichever collection you are using (not
germane to using CDO, but you should do this)

'concat URL information
strURLInfo = strHTTP & strFormName & "?" & Request.Form()

'create the HTML for email
strHTML = "<HTML<HEAD<TIT LE></TITLE</HEAD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<BODY>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TABLE WIDTH=500 CELLPADDING=0 CELLSPACING=0>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TR>"

'use some graphics for email
strHTML = strHTML & "<TD><IMG SRC=" & strHTTP & "emailbanner.JP G
BORDER=0></TD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</TR>"

'include basic info in email
strHTML = strHTML & "<TR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Date: " & strDate
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Subjec t: " & strSubject
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Reques ted by: " & strName
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Phone: " & strPhone

if strFrom <strSendTo then
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Email: <a href=mailto:" & strFrom & ">" &
strFrom & "</a>"
else
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Email: UNKNOWN"
end if

'add hyperlink to form in email
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR><BR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<A HREF=" & strURLInfo & "><IMG SRC=" & strHTTP &
"form.gif WIDTH=16 HEIGHT=16 BORDER=0>Click here</A>"
strHTML = strHTML & " to view completed form."
strHTML = strHTML & "</TD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</TR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TD></TD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</TR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</TABLE>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</BODY>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</HTML>"
String concatenation is awful. Taking the first 4 lines as an example, use
the underscore character for continuation:

strHTML = "<HTML<HEAD<TIT LE></TITLE</HEAD>" & _
"<BODY>" & _
"<TABLE WIDTH=500 CELLPADDING=0 CELLSPACING=0>" & _
"<TR>"

Again, not germane to using CDO, but the way it's currently being done is
very inefficient
>
'time to send the email
Dim objCDO
Set objCDO = Server.CreateOb ject("CDONTS.Ne wMail")
Change the above to Set objCDO = Server.CreateOb ject("CDO.Messa ge")
>
objCDO.To = strSendTo
objCDO.From = strFrom
objCDO.Subject = strName & " - " & strSubject
objCDO.BodyForm at = 0
objCDO.MailForm at = 0
Get rid of the above 2 lines
objCDO.Body = strHTML
Change the above line to objCDO.HTMLBody = strHTML
objCDO.Send

set objCDO = nothing

'redirect to the "Thanks" page
'Response.Redir ect strHTTP & "index.html "

That should do it.

--
Mike Brind
Dec 6 '06 #2
I'll try those changes. What happens if one has two such files, do they both
send out an email? Is it critical to have the .asp extent in the file name?

Thanks for the help.

Harvey

In article <uT************ **@TK2MSFTNGP02 .phx.gbl>,
"Mike Brind" <pa*******@hotm ail.comwrote:
See comments inline
"Dr. Harvey Waxman" <sp******@right tax.orgwrote in message
news:sp******** *************** *****@news.lga. highwinds-media.com...
I guess I should change from cdonts to cdosys. Since I am ignorant about
asp I
hope you forgive this basic question. There are two asp files for
handling
mail, the one that gets the info from a form and creates a form.asp to
mail and
the one that takes that file and mails it, mail.asp.

I believe I can figure out what needs to be altered in the code for the
first
form.asp but what needs to be changed in the one that sends the email? Is
it
just this in the following code and if so just what should it read?

Thanks

Harvey

This is the 'mail.asp' file I use currently with cdonts.

Set objCDO = Server.CreateOb ject("CDONTS.Ne wMail")

Get rid of the above line - it's repeated later and at a more appropriate
point - ie just before you use the object you are creating.

'change this to the appropriate http
Const strHTTP = "http://www.righttax.or g/"

'get current date
strDate = Date()

'get form information
strFormName = Request("FormNa me")
strSubject = Request("subjec t")
strSendTo = Request("SendTo ")

strName = Request("txtNam e")
strPhone = Request("txtPho ne")

'if no information entered for email use your own
if instr(Request(" txtEmail"), "@") <0 then
strFrom = Request("txtEma il")
else
strFrom = strSendTo
end if

Change all these Request("someth ing") to Request.Form("s omething") or
Request.Queryst ring("something ") - whichever collection you are using (not
germane to using CDO, but you should do this)

'concat URL information
strURLInfo = strHTTP & strFormName & "?" & Request.Form()

'create the HTML for email
strHTML = "<HTML<HEAD<TIT LE></TITLE</HEAD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<BODY>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TABLE WIDTH=500 CELLPADDING=0 CELLSPACING=0>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TR>"

'use some graphics for email
strHTML = strHTML & "<TD><IMG SRC=" & strHTTP & "emailbanner.JP G
BORDER=0></TD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</TR>"

'include basic info in email
strHTML = strHTML & "<TR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Date: " & strDate
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Subjec t: " & strSubject
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Reques ted by: " & strName
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Phone: " & strPhone

if strFrom <strSendTo then
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Email: <a href=mailto:" & strFrom & ">" &
strFrom & "</a>"
else
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Email: UNKNOWN"
end if

'add hyperlink to form in email
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR><BR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<A HREF=" & strURLInfo & "><IMG SRC=" & strHTTP &
"form.gif WIDTH=16 HEIGHT=16 BORDER=0>Click here</A>"
strHTML = strHTML & " to view completed form."
strHTML = strHTML & "</TD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</TR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TD></TD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</TR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</TABLE>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</BODY>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</HTML>"

String concatenation is awful. Taking the first 4 lines as an example, use
the underscore character for continuation:

strHTML = "<HTML<HEAD<TIT LE></TITLE</HEAD>" & _
"<BODY>" & _
"<TABLE WIDTH=500 CELLPADDING=0 CELLSPACING=0>" & _
"<TR>"

Again, not germane to using CDO, but the way it's currently being done is
very inefficient

'time to send the email
Dim objCDO
Set objCDO = Server.CreateOb ject("CDONTS.Ne wMail")

Change the above to Set objCDO = Server.CreateOb ject("CDO.Messa ge")

objCDO.To = strSendTo
objCDO.From = strFrom
objCDO.Subject = strName & " - " & strSubject
objCDO.BodyForm at = 0
objCDO.MailForm at = 0

Get rid of the above 2 lines
objCDO.Body = strHTML

Change the above line to objCDO.HTMLBody = strHTML
objCDO.Send

set objCDO = nothing

'redirect to the "Thanks" page
'Response.Redir ect strHTTP & "index.html "

That should do it.

--
Mike Brind


--
Harvey Waxman
remove spam to email
http://righttax.org/
Dec 7 '06 #3
The form that collects the information will have an action attribute. This
should point to the file that processes the data and generates and sends the
email. An asp file can only do it's thing if it is called in such a way, or
requested directly (eg if someone types http://www.domainname/filename.asp
in their browser address bar). It can also be called if there is an
instruction in another file that is called to response.redire ct
"filename.a sp", <!--#include file="filename. asp"-->,
server.execute( "filename.a sp") or server.transfer ("filename.asp" ).

In your case, unless there is a reason to generate 2 emails, I can't see
what the purpose of the second file is. Maybe it's an old version, or a
duplicate for some reason, or maybe, since I seem to recall you suggesting
this was provided by your hosting company, it's there to generate emails
using a different configuration or component.

Finally, if you want the asp code to execute in the file, you need to leave
the .asp extension alone. That way, you are guaranteed that the web server
knows to send the file to the ASP engine for processing. It is possible to
configure the web server to process any and all files as if they are asp
files, but rarely done in practice. It is highly unlikely that you would
get a commercial web hosting company to agree to do this unless you have a
dedicated server or something.

--
Mike Brind

"Harvey Waxman" <sp*********@co x.netwrote in message
news:sp******** *************** ********@news.l ga.highwinds-media.com...
I'll try those changes. What happens if one has two such files, do they
both
send out an email? Is it critical to have the .asp extent in the file
name?

Thanks for the help.

Harvey

In article <uT************ **@TK2MSFTNGP02 .phx.gbl>,
"Mike Brind" <pa*******@hotm ail.comwrote:
>See comments inline
"Dr. Harvey Waxman" <sp******@right tax.orgwrote in message
news:sp******* *************** ******@news.lga .highwinds-media.com...
>I guess I should change from cdonts to cdosys. Since I am ignorant
about
asp I
hope you forgive this basic question. There are two asp files for
handling
mail, the one that gets the info from a form and creates a form.asp to
mail and
the one that takes that file and mails it, mail.asp.

I believe I can figure out what needs to be altered in the code for the
first
form.asp but what needs to be changed in the one that sends the email?
Is
it
just this in the following code and if so just what should it read?

Thanks

Harvey

This is the 'mail.asp' file I use currently with cdonts.

Set objCDO = Server.CreateOb ject("CDONTS.Ne wMail")

Get rid of the above line - it's repeated later and at a more appropriate
point - ie just before you use the object you are creating.
>
'change this to the appropriate http
Const strHTTP = "http://www.righttax.or g/"

'get current date
strDate = Date()

'get form information
strFormName = Request("FormNa me")
strSubject = Request("subjec t")
strSendTo = Request("SendTo ")

strName = Request("txtNam e")
strPhone = Request("txtPho ne")

'if no information entered for email use your own
if instr(Request(" txtEmail"), "@") <0 then
strFrom = Request("txtEma il")
else
strFrom = strSendTo
end if

Change all these Request("someth ing") to Request.Form("s omething") or
Request.Querys tring("somethin g") - whichever collection you are using
(not
germane to using CDO, but you should do this)

'concat URL information
strURLInfo = strHTTP & strFormName & "?" & Request.Form()

'create the HTML for email
strHTML = "<HTML<HEAD<TIT LE></TITLE</HEAD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<BODY>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TABLE WIDTH=500 CELLPADDING=0 CELLSPACING=0>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TR>"

'use some graphics for email
strHTML = strHTML & "<TD><IMG SRC=" & strHTTP & "emailbanner.JP G
BORDER=0></TD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</TR>"

'include basic info in email
strHTML = strHTML & "<TR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Date: " & strDate
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Subjec t: " & strSubject
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Reques ted by: " & strName
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Phone: " & strPhone

if strFrom <strSendTo then
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Email: <a href=mailto:" & strFrom & ">" &
strFrom & "</a>"
else
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR>Email: UNKNOWN"
end if

'add hyperlink to form in email
strHTML = strHTML & "<BR><BR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<A HREF=" & strURLInfo & "><IMG SRC=" & strHTTP
&
"form.gif WIDTH=16 HEIGHT=16 BORDER=0>Click here</A>"
strHTML = strHTML & " to view completed form."
strHTML = strHTML & "</TD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</TR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "<TD></TD>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</TR>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</TABLE>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</BODY>"
strHTML = strHTML & "</HTML>"

String concatenation is awful. Taking the first 4 lines as an example,
use
the underscore character for continuation:

strHTML = "<HTML<HEAD<TIT LE></TITLE</HEAD>" & _
"<BODY>" & _
"<TABLE WIDTH=500 CELLPADDING=0 CELLSPACING=0>" & _
"<TR>"

Again, not germane to using CDO, but the way it's currently being done is
very inefficient
>
'time to send the email
Dim objCDO
Set objCDO = Server.CreateOb ject("CDONTS.Ne wMail")

Change the above to Set objCDO = Server.CreateOb ject("CDO.Messa ge")
>
objCDO.To = strSendTo
objCDO.From = strFrom
objCDO.Subject = strName & " - " & strSubject
objCDO.BodyForm at = 0
objCDO.MailForm at = 0

Get rid of the above 2 lines
objCDO.Body = strHTML

Change the above line to objCDO.HTMLBody = strHTML
objCDO.Send

set objCDO = nothing

'redirect to the "Thanks" page
'Response.Redir ect strHTTP & "index.html "


That should do it.

--
Mike Brind

--
Harvey Waxman
remove spam to email
http://righttax.org/

Dec 7 '06 #4
Thanks Mike.

I wasn't suggesting to have two asp files. I was trying to better understand
the relationship between the files and the significance of name extents.

You did a good job of explaining it.

In article <er************ **@TK2MSFTNGP02 .phx.gbl>,
"Mike Brind" <di*********@mi crosoft.comwrot e:
The form that collects the information will have an action attribute. This
should point to the file that processes the data and generates and sends the
email. An asp file can only do it's thing if it is called in such a way, or
requested directly (eg if someone types http://www.domainname/filename.asp
in their browser address bar). It can also be called if there is an
instruction in another file that is called to response.redire ct
"filename.a sp", <!--#include file="filename. asp"-->,
server.execute( "filename.a sp") or server.transfer ("filename.asp" ).

In your case, unless there is a reason to generate 2 emails, I can't see
what the purpose of the second file is. Maybe it's an old version, or a
duplicate for some reason, or maybe, since I seem to recall you suggesting
this was provided by your hosting company, it's there to generate emails
using a different configuration or component.

Finally, if you want the asp code to execute in the file, you need to leave
the .asp extension alone. That way, you are guaranteed that the web server
knows to send the file to the ASP engine for processing. It is possible to
configure the web server to process any and all files as if they are asp
files, but rarely done in practice. It is highly unlikely that you would
get a commercial web hosting company to agree to do this unless you have a
dedicated server or something.


--
Harvey Waxman
remove spam to email
http://righttax.org/
Dec 7 '06 #5

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