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Tell A Friend 61030 Tell A Friend 61030 Tell A Friend - $0.00 Version 61030
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Description Updated 2009-09-22

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This is an easy to install "Tell a Friend" script which allows your visitors to refer their friends to your site. It does not record their email addresses, but simply allows them to quickly send an email about your site.

Some tell a friend scripts may be prone to hacking, allowing unsavoury individuals to spam through your mail server. This script however has anti-spam protection built into it on many levels.

It is easily implemented into your site by using Server Side Includes-- this script can be inserted into any page with your own header and footer information.

Up to three email addresses can be inserted in the "TO" box, and the sender can elect to have a copy sent to their own email address as well.

If you have questions about this script, feel free to contact me using the contact link at the bottom of the page.


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