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    I'm totally stressed for time here, possibly a bit over-caffeinated and pulling my hair out over this one.. I just need a super simple email contact form. I've found the code for the form. I found a program to generate the CGI script. It _seems_ to work when I send the message, however the email itself just says "syntax error" and has no message at all. I'm not even sure I want to fix this one, I just need some super simple code and CGI script and need to know where everything goes. I just don't have time to learn code right now or read web page after web page. I'm on my knees ladies and gentlemen, begging for help.

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    cosmic_nomad likes this.
    My site? oh here--->www.host4go.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Porty, post: 213979
    You Rock! It works!! Thank you...thank you thank you thank you. A million thank yous, seriously.
    You saved my butt. My company thanks you. I owe you...anytime, this life or the next.

    I'm not sure why some are CGI based and some are php, etc...but this will do for now. Just gotta customize it a little but even as-is, it's just fine. Woot!

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    CGI (common gateway interface) is usually associated with the server-side scripting language called Perl. PHP is another scripting language that has become more popular than Perl for most online web sites. Both scripting languages are good ... I think Perl is better at text operations. PHP is arguably easier to learn, mainly because there is more online support (forums, tutorials, information).

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