I have frontpage 2002. Do I use the same paper or do I\nhave to do something diferently.?\n\nRegards,\nPenelope\n\n________\nMS has released a white paper on how to do this,though\nit's a tad kludgy.\n\n[URL]http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-[/URL]\nus;275251\n\nThis method will perform both actions at once, and then\nsend a user to a\nconfirmation form that tells them that the info was\nsaved, it doesn't ask\nthem to confirm the data.\n\nHope this helps,\nMark Fitzpatrick\nMicrosoft MVP - FrontPage\n\n[QUOTE="penelope"]\nI hope that someone can help me.\n\nI have a form and once the user clicks on the submit\nbutton, I would like to receive an e-mail and also have\nthe entries stored in my dbase (at the same time).\n\nI do not want to have a page where they need to confirm\nthe information before is sent to my dbase.\n\nI have seen code where you first get the e-mail, then you\ngo to a confirmation page, and it is only when you\nconfirm that you have the data stored in you dbase. As I\nsaid, I do not want that. I want the user to submit only\nonce and then have the data both be sent to me via e- mail\nand be stored on my dbase at the same time.\n\nany ideas?\nThanks in advance,\n\nPenelope[/QUOTE]\n\n\n..