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Autoresponders With PHP
Written by Robert Plank
First off, check out URL below. You'll learn how to make that today. http://www.jumpx.com utorials/3/signup.html
Fill out your e-mail address on page you see. (I promise it's not being saved anywhere.) Then, wait a minute or two and check your mail. You should get a message from Gumby (firstname.lastname@example.org) containing a sample autoresponder message.
Today, we're going to learn three easy things: redirection, mail sending, and form submission.
When we finish with that, you will know how to put those components together and create an autoresponder. Because if you think about it, that's all an autoresponder does. Somebody enters in their e-mail address, are sent an e-mail message, and then are redirected to a new page.
Of course there are more complex autoresponders, like Gary Ambrose's Opt-In Lightning, or Wes Baylock's Mail Master Pro which handle multiple follow-ups and record e-mail addresses of those who have signed up for responder. But today we're just going to focus on how to make a very basic, very simple autoresponder.
Hopefully, you've seen what form objects in HTML look like. Here's some code you can use for an example: