I've had a tectite form on my website for years. About six months (or so?) ago, it suddenly got buggy. I would get the same e-mail four times telling me the same person had completed the form. I started to think that this was because, even when the form *was* adding the person's data to the .csv file, they were getting the "bad_url" re-direct that told them there was a problem with their data.

They would then go back, fill in the form and submit again, and I'd get the same info again. I've gotten a couple of emails from Tectite telling me that my file was old and needed updating, but I deleted them and can't find them anymore.

I admit, I've ignored the issue for longer than I should - largely because it caused such headaches the first time I got the form setup... I'm finally getting around to fixing it, but can't replicate the problem (when I submit via the site, it goes through, I get the right (good_url) page, and the automated email comes through). Any ideas?

the page:
http://www.perception.dedaluscreatio...scribefail.php

the code from the .php page
<form method="post" action="http://www.perception.dedaluscreations.com/formmail.php" name="SubscribeForm"
<input type="hidden" name="env_report" value="REMOTE_HOST,REMOTE_ADDR,HTTP_USER_AGENT,AUTH_TYPE,REMOTE_USER">
<input type="hidden" name="bad_url" value="http://www.perception.dedaluscreations.com/subscribefail.php" />
<input type="hidden" name="good_url" value="http://www.perception.dedaluscreations.com/subscribedone.php" />
<input type="hidden" name="recipients" value="dedalusc@dedaluscreations.com" />

relevant lines from the formmail page:
$TARGET_EMAIL = array(EMAIL_NAME."@dedalusfilms\.com$");
and
define("DEF_ALERT","dedalusc@dedaluscreations.com");