>Here's what I wanna do:
>On the first page I collect a lot of formfield values into a cookie. On the
>next page I display the content of this cookie. This works.
>What I even want to do is mailing the cookie content in the same time I
>submit the forms in the first page (or, when the new page loads).
>I use this code on the second page:
>  $name = escapeshellcmd($name);
>  $group = escapeshellcmd($group);
>  $to = "[EMAIL PROTECTED]";
>  $from = "FROM: $name, $group";
>  $subject = "The subject of this mail\n\n";
>  $body = "Name: $name\t";
>  $body .= "Group: $group\n";
>  $body .= "\n\n$comments\n\n";

see below, but if you cookie is named cookiestr, just us the variable here
        $body .= "\n\n$cookiestr\n\n";
>  mail($to,$subject,$body,$from);
>  exit;
>Well, I recieve a mail, but the mailcontent is empty.
>The cookie string is written to a hidden field like this:
> document.write('<FORM><INPUT TYPE=HIDDEN NAME=\"comments\"

so your cookie variable name is "cookiestr"
why use Javascript, and not just 
echo '<FORM><INPUT TYPE=HIDDEN NAME="comments" VALUE="'.$cookiestr.'"></FORM>';


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