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AFU Form Submit 40531-0940 AFU Form Submit 40531-0940 AFU Form Submit - $0.00 Version 40531-0940
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Description Updated 2013-07-25

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This script gives you form processing power! Request any information from your user and have it emailed to you automatically in text and HTML format. But it also forwards the fields you specify to any list in your auto responder!

Many times you may want to collect a lot of information from a user that isn't covered in Auto FollowUp, like phone number, address, city, credit card information, etc. There are five customised fields in AFU, but perhaps some of this information doesn't belong in a customized field.

That's when this script comes in. Create any form you want, with as many fields as you would like. The contents will be emailed to you and the information you want to keep in your autoresponder will be inserted automatically.

How does it work? It's simple, really. Just include some hidden fields in your form: the name of the list to add to, and the name of the fields to insert into AFU. The script does the rest.


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