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    mailto object

    how can i give the mailto object
    the sender email address?

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    Can you give us some more details on what you are trying to do? Using mailto is not the best way to send an email as you are relying on the persons mail client.

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    With a simple mailto: a link's href, I don't belive you can set the from address. You will need to use some sort of server side language to do it.

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    ok what i want to do

    is to send from the server to a client an email
    but not my email but some one else's email that was type in a page
    and i want when the email send ,that the 1 that recives it
    the from email that he gets is from the sender (say like sender email) and not any other email?!
    thnaks in advance
    peleg

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    Which serverside language(s) does your server support?

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    asp,vbscript,javascript

    can u help me sos?

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    You would be best off to post in the ASP section, since this really is more of an ASP question than a JavaScript question... If I knew ASP, I would help you anyway, but since I don't, I can't.
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    Yes, as AdamBrill stated, you'd best post in the ASP section. I don't know ASP either...

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