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cgiemail is a CGI program written in C for Unix. It takes input from website forms and converts it to an email format of your choice. Using it requires slightly more work than forms-to-email programs with less flexibility in email format. Nevertheless, users with no programming experience can follow the simple step-by-step instructions in the cgiemail user guide.
The alternatives to cgiemail are programs such as FormMail or another email program such as PHPList.
To learn more about these programs, please see the related articles :
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