Content submit by email

I have been able to figure out how to create a form in
dreamweaver. However, I would really like to find out how to set
everything up so that when the form is completed it is sent by
email and not to the server. For my purpose it would be much easier
if the form is the filled out and then sent to email instead of
being posted to the server.
Any help would be really appreciated.
Thank you

What type of hosting, and is there a pre-installed form to
email script
already? See the hosting's FAQ/Support section for info on
scripting or
forms, and look in your "control panel" if there is one.
if no pre-installed script:
for php, i suggest
{tip- set up the recipient array in the script, and you can
use an alias as
the recipient in the form, keeping the real email address out
of the form so
it won't be harvested by spambots}
for tutorials and links to other scripts and info on building
a custom
and- at
there is a free dw extension; KaosMailer
that will write a quick simple ASP or PHP or ColdFusion
script for you.
download it, install it in dw with the Extension Manager, and
follow the
help instructions. A one minute task filling out a
dreamweaver dialog box,
about as simple as it will get.
As for the "thank you page", each of the above scripts have
ways to handle
that. See the readme instructions. In phpformmail, you put a
hidden form
field in your form that tells the script what to do.
<input type="hidden" name="redirect"

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