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    Re: populate mysql database

    Hi,

    OK, I found it...

    It's the extra +% at the end of this:

    subject=%'e9 test from concerning '%+Callsign21+%
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    Re: populate mysql database

    Hi,

    I can't spot anything wrong in what you've posted.

    Could you send me the URL of your actual HTML page, and I'll check that.
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    Re: populate mysql database

    Hi,

    OK, if this script works, then simply replace:


    $name=$_POST['name'];
    $lastname=$_POST['lastname'];
    $email=$_POST['email'];

    with
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    Re: populate mysql database

    Hi,

    I think your include path is incorrect:

    include("../scripts/under_neath/dbinfo.inc9.php");

    Make sure the path is correct with respect to your installation of fmhookpreeemail.inc.php.
    ...
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    Re: populate mysql database

    Hi,

    OK, time to go back a step.

    Do you have a PHP script that can connect to your database and read or write rows in the table?

    If so, please send it to me.

    If not, that's the first thing...
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    Re: populate mysql database

    Hi,

    I've taken a look at the DB code you sent me, and have adjusted it below.

    Just copy this to your fmhookpreemail.inc.php file (replacing the current contents), and make the appropriate...
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    Re: populate mysql database

    Hi,

    The first step in achieving what you want is to use FormMail's Hook System.

    This is easy to do.

    First, in FormMail's configuration section look for $HOOK_DIR, and set it to ".", meaning...
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