I have a simple perl script that takes name, email, and a message from a web form and sends out 2 emails and redirects the user back to the home page. I've been using the attached file ([url removed, login to view]) on one of my sites for years without a problem but I recently moved to a new web host and the file no longer works (just gives a blank white screen after I hit submit on the form and does not send the emails) I've checked the paths/permissions and they all seem to be fine, so I'm thinking maybe there's something wrong with the perl code itself? Not sure. Either way, I realize the perl code in this script is quite sloppy and could be cleaned up considerably so I would appreciate if you could: 1. Clean up the script using more modern ways of doing what it currently does and... 2. Help me get it to work with my new web host. (all my other scripts work fine so I have no idea why this one is giving me problems) Thank you, Greg
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