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10-23-2007, 10:05 PM
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It would then call the file with my code contained in it. If all goes well then the header function will relay the end user onto their default email client and open up a new email with the recipient set as the email address I specified in my PHP code under
. That way the email addresses aren't exposed.
The PHP way is the more efficient method and also the method that will be more widely supported by many browsers. Most browsers, unless you explicitly tell them not to, redirect from the
, but disabling the HTTP header is something most people would not know how to do - nor actually want to.
Read my header tutorial for further information
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