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  1. #1
    Pete
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    Default Who sent the mail

    I have a form which is being abused sometimes with foul language and I need
    a way to trace where the forms are coming from. The current form is in asp
    under site preference so when it arrives at the moment it is from the
    address I dictated on set up. What I need to do is find out who is sending
    the mail without them knowing, I am only a basic net objects person nothing
    to technical please if that is possible. Thanks Pete



  2. #2
    Nancy O.
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    Default Re: Who sent the mail

    Don't waste time on this. The source is probably not traceable because spam
    bots hide behind fake email and IP addresses. To thwart spam, you need a
    good form-to-email processing script with captcha, hidden fields or other
    spam prevention techniques built in.

    Google search "Bebosoft Forms to Go" without the quotes.


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    "Pete" <pjb120255@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:hnuaf5$8tp$1@DailyPlanet.news.netobjects.com. ..
    >I have a form which is being abused sometimes with foul language and I need
    >a way to trace where the forms are coming from. The current form is in asp
    >under site preference so when it arrives at the moment it is from the
    >address I dictated on set up. What I need to do is find out who is sending
    >the mail without them knowing, I am only a basic net objects person nothing
    >to technical please if that is possible. Thanks Pete
    >



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