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    Default FORM, FormMail and high-ascii

    I created a "reservation" FORM on a friends website using FormMail, and it seemed to work fine. Until a person with a high-ascii character (i.e. ) in his name tried to use it. The message was never sent to the website owner. How can I solve this problem? (in European languages there are many high-ascii characters)

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    Default Re: FORM, FormMail and high-ascii

    Additional information: The above is only within the field "realname" which I derive from the Name-field in the FORM. All other fields can contain high-ascii characters without any problems.
    The problem seems to be in the derive_fields statement to derive "realname" from "Name". This doesn't work properly when there are high-ascii values in the "name"-string. I have know idea how to prevent these problems.
    Last edited by Fredrik Alink; 02-Apr-2013 at 03:18 PM.

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    Default Re: FORM, FormMail and high-ascii

    Solved!
    I saw a remark about similar threads (about derive_fields). So - after some "logic" thinking - I removed the <derive_fields realname=Name> and the problem was gone!

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