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KKTaiga

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Hi everyone!

I am doing a website and everything went pretty much okay until I had to code a fill-in form. There was nothing wrong with the form itself, I got it working perfectly, but the problem occurred then in my e-mail with *.att files.

When ever I try to send something from the fill-in form, I receive an e-mail (just like I should) that tells me what I have been trieing to send. Only problem is that it is in *.att form. My computer has no idea how to open that file format. So, I need some help.

What program I need to download in order to be able to read *.att format?

Thanks already to those who bother to answer, I appreciate yar help!
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NullWolf

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Try setting your form to send as text.
In the opening Form, add enctype="text/plain"

ex. <FORM .......... enctype="text/plain">

:tazz: of course, replace all the periods with whatever else you have in the opening FORM statement.
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KKTaiga

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Thanks! It helped :tazz:
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Cool, glad ta help! :tazz:
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for future use http://filext.com/ has a pretty large list of extensions and their associated software
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