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    Default https (ssl4) w/Formmail -Internal Server Error

    Hi all: I'm getting "Internal Server Error" when I try to add https to my Form Action. Https works fine with the static form page, but when I try to invoke https in my Form Action it's throwing an error. Maybe, I don't need it? Just wanted to have a bit more security. Thanks!

    1) Example of trying to invoke SSL4 in my Form Action:

    2) I've updated my script to...
    @referers = qw('','');

    Any idea about what I'm doing wrong? Thanks!


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    I tried using FormMail over our shared SSL and I was sucessful.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheWoodsManToys View Post
    1) Example of trying to invoke SSL4 in my Form Action:
    Since you probably don't know if the user is accessing the HTML page with the form securely or not, make sure to include the absolute URL as the form action.

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    Hi Guys: Thanks so much for your help! It's now working with https Form Action. Here's what I ended up with...

    1) chmod 755 (thanks...this was needed!)
    2) @referers = qw(; (this combo quotes)
    3) <FORM ACTION="/ (calls ssl)
    4) <input type=hidden name="redirect" value="/html/thank_you.html">
    5) <img src='/'>

    Thanks again for the quick response! Regards, Mitch (TheWoodsmanToys)

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