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The purpose of cgiemail, a CGI program written in C for Unix, is to take the input of WWW forms and convert it to an e-mail format defined by the author of the WWW form, so that the resulting e-mail messages are not difficult to sort through. Using it requires slightly more work than forms-to-email programs with less flexibility in e-mail format. Nevertheless, users with no programming experience can follow the simple step-by-step instructions in the cgiemail user guide.

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Feb 11, 2009 
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  • This software took a bit to figure out how to set up. Once I figured it out, it worked like a charm. The only thing missing that I can't find any documentation on is the ability to format the email body using HTML code, such as using tables to display the results of selections. Cgiemail always seems to want to change the <> to their escape characters which display as normal text in the email. Great software, though.

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