Hi Ryan, Yeah - but it's not quite as simple.... You'd have to have access to some server-side utilities or components and some fluency with the language they are written in ... in order to tweak them to your liking. (Basically - If you have the server send the email, then the user doesn't need a mail client sitting on their machine.) On the plus side, you can probably find some freebie pre-written canned routines in just about any server-side language you care to use. HTH, RonL. -----Original Message----- From: Ryan Owen [mailto:rynographics at hotmail.com] Subject: RE: [thelist] Emailing Forms > ><form method="post" action="mailto:me at myemail.bigu.edu" > >enctype="text/plain"> > Ok ... Thanks guys. Is there away around that if you don't have a default email set up on your computer?