>>>>> "Erik" == Erik Price <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
                               [. . .]

    Erik> There is another way, it's a bit more involved.  You open a
    Erik> socket with the server and directly send the data as POST
    Erik> data.  This allows you to avoid having to bother with a
    Erik> form.  Rasmus Lerdorf wrote a function to do this (takes
    Erik> most of the work out of it) but it helps to understand how
    Erik> sockets work if you're going to take this route.  Let me
    Erik> know if you want this function, I have a copy of it.

you can use curl also.

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