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1. I set up my autoresponder, and have waited for three days but have not received my first email. What did I do wrong?    Cat: Auto FollowUp
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2. Your script requires placing a graphic on a heavily viewed page. Mine is a new site which does not have much traffic. I do not have a page which is sure to be viewed everyday. However, my web space provider permits running of cron jobs. Can I install your script using cron job facility so that it send all the follow up messages on time without relying on some graphic to be viewed everyday?    Cat: Auto FollowUp
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3. Does it use CRON jobs or do I have to do something manually every day?    Cat: Auto FollowUp
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4. Can I call script just via [img src="/cgi-bin/countermail.pl" width=1 height=1 border=0] not the [img src="/cgi-bin/countermail.pl/blank.gif?name_of_page_it_is_on.html" width=1 height=1 border=0]    Cat: CounterMail
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5. When choosing a script, I try to follow some of the advice from this article:
http://www.perl.com/pub/a/2002/01/23/cgi.html. I have noticed that your scripts don't use the -w,-T, use strict; use warnings; use CGI.pm.    Cat: Misc

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6. I just noticed that some of my autoresponders are not sending out new emails, while other ones are fine. What's going on?    Cat: Auto FollowUp
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