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Frontpage Extensions and form problems
I have a problem with a form and im using frontpage 2003.

Msg#: 4178975 posted 4:20 am on Jul 30, 2010 (gmt 0)

I am using Frontpage 2003 and i have Frontpage Extensions set up on a GoDaddy web hosting account. I created a form with multiple form fields with the submitted contents emailed to me. I have the web page on my hard drive and i use Frontpage extensions to upload it onto the server. When I set up the email address in the form properties an error message came up as follows:

This form cannot be configured to send results via e-mail. The web site may be located at a disk-based location, or on a server that has not been configured to send email. Contact your system administrator or Internet Service provider for more information.

I figured it was because I have the website on my local hard drive so I went onto the website itself and chose to edit it in Microsoft Frontpage and it let me edit it without the error message. Everything worked for a few minutes but then when i edited some text, i tried to save the page and it wanted a password for the web server. None of the passwords that i have set up will work in it. It also asks for a username and password again if i try to submit the form online.

How can i get the password authentication to go away when i try to submit the form and how can i figure out what the username and password is and/or change it when i go to save the page online?

You can see the message your self at [nearlynos.com ]



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