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    Feedback Page (2003)

    I've created a 'Feedback Page' and would like to have the responses sent to two different email addresses. I tried adding the secound address seperated by a comma but that did not work. Any ideas?? <img src=/S/compute.gif border=0 alt=compute width=40 height=20>

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    Re: Feedback Page (2003)

    Can you tell us more about how the form is set up? Are you hand-coding it, or using FrontPage's built in tools? Is there a database involved?
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    Re: Feedback Page (2003)

    I'm using FP 2002 and I couldn't find a way to do this through the dialog box, methinks you'll have to go to the HTML pane and look for the SaveResults Webot, inside the webbot, you should see a field.
    <font color=blue>S-Email-Address="your@emailaddress.com"</font color=blue>
    Amend the field to show:
    <font color=blue>S-Email-Address="your@emailaddress.com", "secondaddress@emailaddress.com"</font color=blue>

    I think that should work.

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    Re: Feedback Page (2003)

    Catharine, are the email addresses in the bot separated by commas? I thought it was a semicolon, but then that would be consistent with HTML and thus not something I would expect Microsoft to do. <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15>
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    Re: Feedback Page (2003)

    hmmm. To be honest I can't remember if it is a comma or semicolon. I was actually looking at an asp page for inspiration and it uses a comma (go figure).

    So our best advice would be try the comma, if that doesn't work, try a semicolon.

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