GypsyMail 0.6.0 beta --------------------
A Form Mail cgi script
A Python clone of the well-known cgiemail script, with added features and flexibility. This script allows you to set up an HTML form on your website, to collect information from your site's visitors, and send a very nicely formatted e-mail to yourself, or other e-mail addresses.
Comes with sample forms and templates. Cross-platform. Under continuing development. I am looking for testers for this script.
http://www.thinkspot.net/sheila/computers/software/gypsymail.html Download: http://www.thinkspot.net/sheila/computers/software/gypsy/gypsy060.tar.gz or http://www.thinkspot.net/sheila/computers/software/gypsy/gypsy060.zip
License: GPL Categories: CGI Scripts
NEW in version 0.6.0 (from the change log):
version 0.6.0 beta - 2000.5.28
-Wrote an html document file instead of the help.txt file. Much
more extensive documentation.
-Changed the way that a field is exempted from a check for
headers inserted by a hacker. Removed the previous noverify tag from the form field names. Now this is handled by putting an additional line in the config file of the form values-FormFieldName = <list>. -Added a confirm- option. Now two fields can both check for the same data and verify that the input matches (such as for confirming passwords, and the like). -Check for CRLF characters in the message body text and replaced them with LF characters, to prevent double line spacing in some situations. -Moved most configuration information from the main gypsymail.py file to a separate configuration file. This allows for the main script to run different forms with different configuration options. -Moved many of the functions used by the main script to a separate file, gypsyutils.py.
Sheila King http://www.thinkspot.net/sheila/