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Not sure if this belongs in here or not, but I have a form with 5 questions. Each question has 5 radio buttons. Due to constraints at the server level, this form needs to be submitted via email.
When you click the submit button the default email prog opens up but does not populate the address field.
The wierd thing is that if I just click Submit without click any of the radio buttons, (therefore not answering any questions), the address field gets populated without a problem.
Any ideas?
Ryan
 
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it would help if you posted up the html that you use, so we can test it .
i'm too lazy too be creative hehe.
 
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nevermind...it's an issue with lotus notes...=)
 
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