that just sets the "property" to true...now you have to call a method to send it<BR><BR>FaxAFormInsteadOfSendingItThroughEmail.s end()<BR><BR>if you are going to leave out the important parts STOP posting here.<BR><BR>Brain Power.
Though you need to remember JS is case sensitive... so it's really<BR><BR>FaxAFormInsteadOfSendingItThroughEma il.Send()<BR><BR>Plus, the function is overloaded so you can pass a parameter.<BR><BR>FaxAFormInsteadOfSendingItThroug hEmail.Send(FaxNumber)<BR><BR>
Sorry I did not fully explain it I suppose, or perhaps there is no way to do so without printing the page out then faxig it. But here is what I am trying to do.<BR>Currently, my form tag is something like this <form name="thisform" method=post action="myemail"><BR>now this is fine cause it sends the form to my email. what I would really like it to do is be faxed to a fax machine instead of going to an email address. like <form name="name" method="post" action="somefax number"><BR>
*I* was using VBS<BR><BR><BR>AND the fax number is optional. If you do not give the fax number M$ will recieve the fax so no biggy...usally they forward the fax to "whoever" or "whereever"<BR><BR>:P<BR><BR>Brain Power.