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    I have attempted to get a redirection following successful submissions but to no avail. I have included the proper fields within the form.*

    Second, I need to be able to redirect to several separate*url's.

    Does a redirection url have to placed within the script, if it does, please explain where and if so

    how do get the script to redirect to separate url's please?

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    Hi,
    I have attempted to get a redirection following successful submissions but to no avail. I have included the proper fields within the form.
    Please post the lines you've got in your form, so we can confirm they are correct.

    Please confirm that you haven't changed anything in formmail.php except in the configuration section (e.g. $TARGET_EMAIL, $AT_MANGLE, etc).
    Second, I need to be able to redirect to several separate url's.
    You specify the redirect URL inside the form - not inside formmail.php. Therefore, every form can redirect to a different URL.* You just provide the value you want in the "good_url" field.

    formmail.php simply does what the form (the HTML) tells it to do.

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    <FORM METHOD="POST" ACTION="http://mydomain.com/formmail.php">
    <p>
    <INPUT TYPE="HIDDEN" NAME="recipients" VALUE="dtip@mydomain.com">
    <INPUT TYPE="HIDDEN" NAME="good_url" VALUE="http://www.mydomain.com">
    <INPUT TYPE="HIDDEN" NAME="subject" VALUE="Tip Of The Day">

    These are the lines I am using within my form, it all works fine apart from the redirect.

    And, yes I did try changing things in the form but only when it failed to work with the above.

    I will unzip another copy but I don't believe that, that is the problem

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    Hi,

    The fields look right.

    When the redirect doesn't happen, what do you get instead?

    Do you get the default "thank you" page from FormMail or the default error page?

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    Hi,

    Yes, I get the default page.

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    Hi,

    OK, I've no idea.

    Can you email me your form (the HTML file) to custsupp AT tectite DOT com, and I'll test it.

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