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  • Free

Version: 1.0.7

Released: May 17, 2000


Requirements
Unix, Windows NT

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Vittal_Aithal

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Soupermail

Soupermail is a very generic form handler that can support file upload, file download, PGP/GPG, user templates, saving the form's content, multiple recipients, required and ignored fields, cookies, PDF generation, user defined MIME returns, pipelining requests and much more.

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The best script of this type. Not the easiest to understand, but well worth the effort.

Posted by MSL on Nov 09, 2002 Reply

First time around with one that was as simple as stated!

Posted by Servano on Nov 05, 2002 Reply

A very powerful form mailer! It works great for encrypting forms with PGP and standard forms as well!

Posted by MPD on Jun 11, 2002 Reply

Well written, secure, does just about everything that a form processor could. Very long and complex though.

Posted by flurble on Jun 05, 2002 Reply

Posted by KapteinAtom on Nov 25, 2001 Reply

This script is great. I have about 2% knowledge of Perl scripts and with his instructions, I installed it and it ran perfectly right from the start.

Posted by MissKirin on Oct 19, 2001 Reply

Excellent script, a little tricky on the set up, so you better know your server well or know who to contact about it. This is the most feature packed mailer I have ever seen. Highly customizable with about a 3 hour learning curve and the free script that supports file attachment! Can't get a better form script for free, highly recommend.

Posted by November123 on Apr 01, 2001 Reply

Soupermail does a lot - but if you only need to process a simple form, it's overkill. Much more expandable and flexible than other scripts, though.

Posted by Hurtdidit on Feb 08, 2001 Reply

Posted by Catdriver on Jan 20, 2001 Reply

Even for making WAP sites I can use this script!

Posted by OUDINNI on Dec 09, 2000 Reply

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