Having trouble getting data to write to csv form (See more user questions)
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Yes, I think you are making this harder than you need to. Can't you send
the emails to your client and attach the CSV files to the email? You can
put your client's email address in the script and configure it to attach a
CSV file as opposed to writing to a CSV file on the server.
Otherwise, it's beyond the scope of the script or PHP to control browser
behviour and .htaccess issues.
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, February 03, 2009 2:45 AM
Subject: Re: FormToEmail-Pro script
> Hi Charles,
> Imagine my delight to get your reply! I wasn't sure if the form would go
> Here's my situation: I set up the form at
> http://www..com/contact.html. I created a new directory,
> /contact_form/ with form_data.csv inside, and I added htaccess to it so
> that my client could retrieve the csv file without having to use ftp.
> Well, it worked great with Firefox, but with IE, the user submits the form
> and instead of being directed to te thank you page, they are prompted for
> the username & password for the directory, and the form data is not
> written to the csv file.
> Am I making this harder than it has to be? Is there an easier way to do
> Thanks for any help you can provide,
> FormToEmail.com wrote:
>> I don't know what you mean. Do you mean a CSV file (not form)? Are you
>> using the facility to attach a CSV file or to write one to the server?
>> The instructions in the script tell you what you need to do in each case.
>> Any questions, just let me know.
>> Best wishes.
>> Charles Sweeney
>> The world's easiest feedback script!
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> Sent: Sunday, February 01, 2009 5:00 AM
>> Subject: FormToEmail script
>>> Comments: Pro version difficulties -- having trouble getting data to
>>> write to csv form.