Form Results Sent to Multile Email Addresses


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dshocker

I have built a form which includes credit card information and would like the
results to be sent to one email address and the results minus the credit card
info to be sent to another email address. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance.
 
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Andrew Murray

First thought - I wouldn't send credit card information over an unsecured
connection like the Frontpage form......

Secondly, you can't send all the details to one person and only some of the
details to another (unless you forward each message from your email system
to the other person, first deleting the information you don't want them to
have). There's nothing in Frontpage to do what you're asking.

But.....if you're accepting CC payments, you really need a proper processing
facility to process credit card payments like PayPal or Authorize.net or any
of those similar services.
 
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Ronx

My immediate thought is that you will find your merchant bank will close
your account.
Credit Card information must NOT be sent via email - email is not secure
enough for that.
Talk to your bankers about this part of your business plan, before
attempting to implement it.
 
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dshocker

Good point on the security. I was told by the hosting company that the page
would be secured. I'll look into that.

As far as sending some details to one recipient and not another - there is a
way to do that:

Set up two exact forms and set the confirmation page of the first form to
the url of the second form, (an so on if needed for more than two recipients)
and in the options of the second form remove the unwanted fields in fields
menu. Set up the different email addresses for each form. That way the user
only sees the main form but results get sent to the two (theoretically as
many as you want) email recipients.

Thanks again.
 
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Tom [Pepper] Willett

Plus..sending cc info by email could be a criminal/civil offense if someone
wanted to press the issue.
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Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
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: My immediate thought is that you will find your merchant bank will close
: your account.
: Credit Card information must NOT be sent via email - email is not secure
: enough for that.
: Talk to your bankers about this part of your business plan, before
: attempting to implement it.
: --
: Ron Symonds - Microsoft MVP (Expression)
: Reply only to group - emails will be deleted unread.
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: http://www.rxs-enterprises.org/fp
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: > I have built a form which includes credit card information and would
like the
: > results to be sent to one email address and the results minus the credit
card
: > info to be sent to another email address. Any thoughts? Thanks in
advance.
:
 
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Ronx

Is the email secured as well? Unless you are using PGP or similar, it
isn't.

You CANNOT send CC data via email and expect to keep your merchant
account.

--
Ron Symonds - Microsoft MVP (Expression)
Reply only to group - emails will be deleted unread.

http://www.rxs-enterprises.org/fp
 

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