#!/usr/bin/perl # # mailer.pl-- A simple program to mail form data to an email address # # Written in 1997 by James Marshall, james@jmarshall.com # For the latest, see http://www.jmarshall.com/easy/cgi/ # # IMPORTANT: MAKE SURE THESE TWO VALUES ARE SET CORRECTLY FOR YOU! $mailprog= "/usr/lib/sendmail" ; $recipient= "n4af@earthlink.net" ; # make sure to \ escape the @ # Get the CGI input variables %in= &getcgivars ; # Open the mailing process open(MAIL, "|$mailprog $recipient") || &HTMLdie("Couldn't send the mail (couldn't run $mailprog).") ; # Print the header information $ENV{'HTTP_REFERER'} || ($ENV{'HTTP_REFERER'}= "your Web site") ; print MAIL "Subject: Form data from the Web\n\n", "The following data was entered at $ENV{'HTTP_REFERER'}:\n\n" ; # Find length of longest field name, for formatting; include space for colon $maxlength= 0 ; foreach (keys %in) { $maxlength= length if length > $maxlength ; } $maxlength++ ; # Print each CGI variable received by the script, one per line. # This just prints the fields in alphabetical order. To define your own # order, use something like # foreach ('firstname', 'lastname', 'phone', 'address1', ... ) { foreach (sort keys %in) { # If a field has newlines, it's probably a block of text; indent it. if ($in{$_}=~ /\n/) { $in{$_}= "\n" . $in{$_} ; $in{$_}=~ s/\n/\n /g ; $in{$_}.= "\n" ; } # comma-separate multiple selections $in{$_}=~ s/\0/, /g ; # Print fields, aligning columns neatly printf MAIL "%-${maxlength}s %s\n", "$_:", $in{$_} ; } # Close the process and mail the data close(MAIL) ; # Print an HTML response to the user print <
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EOF exit ; #-------------- start of &getcgivars() module, copied in ------------- # Read all CGI vars into an associative array. # If multiple input fields have the same name, they are concatenated into # one array element and delimited with the \0 character (which fails if # the input has any \0 characters, very unlikely but conceivably possible). # Currently only supports Content-Type of application/x-www-form-urlencoded. sub getcgivars { local($in, %in) ; local($name, $value) ; # First, read entire string of CGI vars into $in if ( ($ENV{'REQUEST_METHOD'} eq 'GET') || ($ENV{'REQUEST_METHOD'} eq 'HEAD') ) { $in= $ENV{'QUERY_STRING'} ; } elsif ($ENV{'REQUEST_METHOD'} eq 'POST') { if ($ENV{'CONTENT_TYPE'}=~ m#^application/x-www-form-urlencoded$#i) { length($ENV{'CONTENT_LENGTH'}) || &HTMLdie("No Content-Length sent with the POST request.") ; read(STDIN, $in, $ENV{'CONTENT_LENGTH'}) ; } else { &HTMLdie("Unsupported Content-Type: $ENV{'CONTENT_TYPE'}") ; } } else { &HTMLdie("Script was called with unsupported REQUEST_METHOD.") ; } # Resolve and unencode name/value pairs into %in foreach (split(/[&;]/, $in)) { s/\+/ /g ; ($name, $value)= split('=', $_, 2) ; $name=~ s/%([0-9A-Fa-f]{2})/chr(hex($1))/ge ; $value=~ s/%([0-9A-Fa-f]{2})/chr(hex($1))/ge ; $in{$name}.= "\0" if defined($in{$name}) ; # concatenate multiple vars $in{$name}.= $value ; } return %in ; } # Die, outputting HTML error page # If no $title, use a default title sub HTMLdie { local($msg,$title)= @_ ; $title= "CGI Error" if $title eq '' ; print < $title

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