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Version: 1.0

Released: Nov 01, 1997


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Unix

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BNBFORM

Easy to install script that handles an unlimited number of forms. Configured via the html form: direct data to e-mail and/or file, enforce data entry, autorespond with custom message for each form, redirects based on result of script's validation. Very flexible.

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Posted by SiNanNailZ on Mar 22, 2000 Reply

I would not recommend using this script, as it is not secure.

Posted by chris_ on Dec 25, 1999 Reply

Very easy to install and worked first time! Great script!

Posted by Pitt on Dec 08, 1999 Reply

Never got this one to work...

Posted by chris45207 on Dec 03, 1999 Reply

Posted by Exacuter on Nov 28, 1999 Reply

Can't recommend it. The script doesn't determine what are in your form. You have tell it via a list in a hidden input tag. Needs work.

Posted by mmDaddy on Nov 26, 1999 Reply

Would have been a 10, but when required fields are left empty, it does not automatically tell you which fields were left blank (like others). Also, there are limitations on checkboxes. Finally, it sends all fields listed regardless of whether the user left them blank or not. It is still VERY easy to set up and use! RECOMMENDED.

Posted by hackerjack on Nov 24, 1999 Reply

It didn't work for me!

Posted by Elfangor on Nov 05, 1999 Reply

Works nicely. Easy set-up. Readme is quite helpful. If you want to use your own form, examine the sample HTML and imitate the format.

Posted by stapel on Oct 21, 1999 Reply

Excellent! At last the ease and user-friendliness of the Mac environment extended to cgi scripts. It has proved invaluable when we were confronted with the esoterics connected with having to change Unix servers.

Posted by jmd on Sep 07, 1999 Reply

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