I've been helping someone redo his entire form submission so that it didn't use a cgi method of submission and instead use a PHP method. First part: The guide for setting up can be found here: DT Scripts: Form to email Guide Documentation Second Part: The download can be found here: DT Scripts: Viewing Source for formmail_code/formmail.x.phps Issue: I've been trying to use the "redirect" method in the html file. The problem is that no matter what happens, instead of redirecting to the html file that I specify through the use of: Code: <input type="hidden" name="redirect" value="thanks.htm"> Instead, it uses the else method of the redirect in the php field by saying "Thank you for your submission" On top of that, in the e-mail, unless I misunderstood something, the following codes: Code: <input type="hidden" name="ar_file" value="/php/autoresponder.txt"> <input type="hidden" name="ar_subject" value="Thank you for your interest!"> Seem to come inside the e-mail of the form recipient (aka the site host specified in the code) and doesn't even try to come to the user's defined e-mail. Instead, in the e-mail to the form recipient, they get no e-mail address for the "from" and they get this appearing in their e-mail at the top: This is before the proper values appear in the e-mail. Is there something I might be doing wrong? Thanks in advance.