How to lunch webpage without using SMTP server?
grante at visi.com
Wed Jul 21 21:25:54 CEST 2004
On 2004-07-21, Matthew Scott <newsgroups at goldenspud.com> wrote:
>> I'm afraid I don't quite know what it means to "send an e-mail
>> from a web page."
> If the web page has something like:
><form action="mailto:abc at example.com">...</form>
> You can send an email from that web page.
> Quoted from http://htmlhelp.com/reference/html40/forms/form.html:
> "A mailto URI (e.g., mailto:liam at htmlhelp.com) is also allowed as an
> ACTION, but this is not supported by all browsers. Non-supporting
> browsers such as Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.x typically will open a
> blank e-mail message when the user submits a mailto form. Even on
> supporting browsers, mailto forms are troublesome in that they fail to
> provide feedback to the user after the form submission."
And if the browser impliments that type of URL, it's going to
need access to an SMTP server.
Grant Edwards grante Yow! Yow! And then we
at could sit on the hoods of
visi.com cars at stop lights!
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