Here's what I do.

We have an outsourced email newsletter management
system that accepts GET method - so I just use fopen()
to send the data to our list management system and
then drop the information into a database on our

$form1_submit_url =
$fp = fopen ("c:\\data\\info.txt", "r");

- then my script continues to insert info an output
confirmation message


--- Henry <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have a problem that I hope you can help me with.
> I'm using a third party shopping cart solution which
> is quite frankly naff.
> They bundle some autoresponders with it.
> Unfortunately the autoresponders do
> not work!.  I want to find a temporary solution  to
> this. The easiest way
> would be to allow a form to be submitted to more
> than one place!
> Basically I would lke to have an intermediate php
> page that will submit the
> details (submitted to it) to two other pages and
> then follow the response of
> one of those other pages (the primary page). That
> way I can insert a
> different autoresponder handling system into the
> submission process but
> continue to use the shopping carts pages for the
> time being.
> Any suggestions?
> Henry
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