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E-Mail Notice of new Form Submitted to db?

E-Mail Notice of new Form Submitted to db?

E-Mail Notice of new Form Submitted to db?

Is there a way to send an E-Mail Notice to a specific person when a web form has been filled out and submitted to a db?  

RE: E-Mail Notice of new Form Submitted to db?

It will prompt you to what you want to do with the results when you set up the form,but you can go back and change that to whatever you want.

Has been in the cabling business for about twenty years and is now the Sr PM for a cabling company located in the Los Angeles area.
Also a General Class Amatuer Radio Operator.

RE: E-Mail Notice of new Form Submitted to db?

Thanks, but my problem is that the data must go into an access database.  I also need an e-mail to be sent notifying someone that a new record has been submitted to the database.

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