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  Subject: Undefined subroutine &main::success called at ./bizmail.cgi
  Posted: 12/07/2003 at 11:01:23 am
  By: eiopago

hi, that is the error i get when running the bizmail.cgi script.it says that for line number 451, as i haven't edited that part of the script i am a bit confused . i can email my bizmail.cgi file if anyone wants to help.
also, i have checked all the permissions, which seems ok, and i don't receive any forms in by email of course, but that's because the bizmail.cgi script is not running properly.
i hope somebody can help.
thank you very much in advance



  Subject: Re: Undefined subroutine &main::success called at ./bizmail.cgi
  Posted: 12/09/2003 at 9:13:36 am
  By: Seth Knorr

Firstly you have the <form> part commented out

[Remove]
<!-- THIS IS FOR BIZMAIL.CGI SCRIPT
[AND Remove]
-->

ALSO YOU HAVE TO "send_to" fields.

Other than that it should be working. Also what type of server are you on?

Seth



  Subject: Re: SAME PROBLEM has nothing to do with form fields
  Posted: 12/17/2003 at 11:37:53 am
  By: DawnTeo

I am having the same problem, even when I run it from the command line. I even have this problem when I run it using your own formv9.html, so it is not a problem with the HTML form (I don't see how it could be an HTML problem anyway).

I even did a search through the directions to see if there was anything I missed about "success". Nothing.

There has to be a reason that two of us are having this problem. I am using a Solaris box. I haven't done anything unusual. I double-checked the instructions and configuration.



  Subject: Re: Undefined subroutine &main::success called at ./bizmail.cgi
  Posted: 12/17/2003 at 1:03:04 pm
  By: Seth Knorr

It looks like you are having problems that the windows version of the script should correct.

To download click the link below:

http://www.bizmailform.com/bizmail_windows9.zip

Seth



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