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I was trying to create an application site to let client to fill out th
form, and let the server send the form(by email) automatically to on
specified email address, I tried using one method "for
action="mailto:##@##.com" ", that need every client have their ow
email software set up in their own machine, and what I received is
.xls file, what should I use to open it, or is there any other way t
solve this problem, like using asp, I just dont have time to learn al
of this and write asp script, so can anyone supply any helpfu

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Above reply borrowed from rf aka Richard
Chance Favors The Prepared Mind
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