Please note that the form input named 'Subject' will hold the subject of the e - mail, 'Name' will store the name of the person who sent you the form data, 'From' is reserved for the visitor's e - mail address, and 'To' is the e - mail address to send the e - mail to. Case does matter here so 'subject' will not store the subject of the e - mail just as 'to' will not hold your e - mail address. The form should be sent using the post method via http://www.netutilities.com/cgi-bin/form.cgi. Using an image submit button will make your e - mail have an x and y coordinate in it representing the place where your visitor clicked on the image. It should also be noted that if you do use the form generator, theWhat You'll Get
Form Mail allows you to create a form asking your visitors whatever questions you want and have the filled out form sent directly to you. When visitors fill out your form and hit the submit button, they'll see what they wrote in the form Name:Value where Name is the name of the input field and Value is the preset or entered value. For each name where there is no value, (None Given) will become the text that appears after Name: where Name is the name of the field for which there is no value. Each field will be displayed in this fashion, separated by line breaks. You will receive the message in the same format in your e-mail.
For a sample of formmail, you can use a sample form which won't be sent to anyone, located at http://www.netutilities.com/form/sample.html. However, you will see a confirmation of what you wrote.Back To The Main Netutilities.com Page