Once you have
your form, you probably want the information e-mailed to you. With
FrontPage, this was very easy to do,
FrontPage Server Extensions did most of the work for you. Now though,
you might find yourself needing another way to have the form results e-mailed to
you. Depending on your web hosting provider, there is probably a number of
ways. One way we mentioned earlier was to process the form using the
J-Mail ASP Component.
There are a few other methods as well, one being the ASPEmail component from Persits. This is another very common ASP component that most web hosting providers will offer.
Once you have determined that ASPEMail is installed, you can download an example from this blog to try out. Remember to change the SMTP server (which you can get from your hosting company) and to change the recipient e-mail's address (on / about line eleven in the example) to your e-mail address.