Well I found a workaround for my problem. I used in the CGIEmail, as was suggested yesterday, to just use an email address in the FROM line of my CGI form file that was accepted by the email list and it worked famously.
I don't know why I had not thought of that but I appreciate the insight and direction that was given.
Thanks so much for all the help and the responses.
Jason, thanks for all your help and the code that you gave. I may be using it in the future. Thanks so much.
-----Original Message----- From: Jason Pruim [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2008 1:58 PM To: Savoy, Melinda Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] Need ability to allow emails with specificsubject line
I haven't done much with CGI myself, but I guess you would just have to
change the form to process this new script :) Obviously make sure
to change any of firstname.lastname@example.org to what ever you want it to be.
And this form is setup to use the POSt method, but can be changed to use GET... Let me know if you have any questions about it. And if you improve it, definitely let me know... This was something I cooked up on my own, and there could be issues with it, but it's been working great for me for about a year with no spam... But that could be because I don't allow hardly any spam into my system... Or I'm just lucky :)
I went ahead and zipped both the php script, and my webpage that I display to gather the info, just so you can see how everything fits together.
Jason Pruim Raoset Inc. Technology Manager MQC Specialist 3251 132nd ave Holland, MI, 49424 www.raoset.com email@example.com
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