Tell a friend scripts

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Post 3+ Months Ago

Does anyone know where I can find free tell-a-friend scripts that

a. allow surfers to refer multiple email addresses
b. not have any ads
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I don't know of any. I have looked for them myself. the best thing you
can do is write one yourself or modify an existing one for your own. I
don't think it would be too difficult really.
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The thing is I know almost nothing about writing my own stuff.
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i see....well the problem is you are asking for something for free, and no
ads. in this biz, there isn't such a thing any more. The only way I think
you could get one then, is either by altering one yourself or getting a
programmer you know to write one for you. Seems you might have to
learn some programming eh? ;)

would be a good learning experience!
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If you click on E-mail to a friend on this page (in the blue area), is that something you are looking for? but you want multiple recipents?
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sorta, but more like this:

http://www.supertaf.com/taf.php?form=5406
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ok, I found a script that I can get away w/ now but it has a cookie/mail flood protect in it (People can only refer peopel once a day.

HOw do I get rid of this? (if its possible)

Let me know if you can work off of this.
Here's the part of the script where it's located:

//End functions*************************************************************
}

//Protect mail() flood
if($HTTP_COOKIE_VARS[check_recommend]=='true'){
print("<font face=Arial><h4>Sorry, you can send once a day</h4></font>");
}

if ($admin=='login'){
//Admin control panel*********************
**********************************
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Post 3+ Months Ago

just delete the part you posted (only the part I pasted below I mean). as long as the
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if($HTTP_COOKIE_VARS[check_recommend]=='true'){
print("<font face=Arial><h4>Sorry, you can send once a day</h4></font>");
}
  1. if($HTTP_COOKIE_VARS[check_recommend]=='true'){
  2. print("<font face=Arial><h4>Sorry, you can send once a day</h4></font>");
  3. }
isn't there, I don't think it will check.
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I just tried that, I get this error now:

Parse error: parse error, unexpected '}' in /home/virtual/site41/fst/var/www/html/index.php on line 61
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hmm...well, it doesn't look like part of a function so it can't be called anywhere else on the page, that leaves one problem that I can think of...maybe you left a part of it in or took too much out. you need to make sure you take out exactly this:
Code: [ Select ]
if($HTTP_COOKIE_VARS[check_recommend]=='true'){
print("<font face=Arial><h4>Sorry, you can send once a day</h4></font>");
}
  1. if($HTTP_COOKIE_VARS[check_recommend]=='true'){
  2. print("<font face=Arial><h4>Sorry, you can send once a day</h4></font>");
  3. }
I can't say thats definitely it, but its the most likely cause[/code]
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second thought on that, looking back at the message you got, it looks like maybe you left in the
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if($HTTP_COOKIE_VARS[check_recommend]=='true'){
and took the rest out...in any case the reason you got the error is because there's one more { than there are }'s and its looking for the missing }
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guit, do u have icq or aim?
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Post 3+ Months Ago

If that didn't work, I don't have any other ideas, sorry. :)
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Post 3+ Months Ago

:?: Any of this any help to you

:!: link: http://www.hotscripts.com/search/?bool= ... tegory=all

take a look at the free ones.
Perhaps there's one that will do what you need it to do.
Installs are usually easy as long as your server supports and is config'd correctly.



If you want to program, that's GREAT too!
you'll learn a lot ofcourse and have an end product to be proud of.

please note
if your on a Windows Server,
some simple ASP using CDONTS you can get you the result
in real small code.


see how easy it is here,

:!: link: http://www.powerasp.com/content/hintstips/asp-email.asp
( do take note of the simple IIS requirements )

from what I see, your trying to do a multiple mail-recipient
which with ASP can be done while running a user session array for that list during that user session.
then submit, and mail either as predefined response or allow them to
enter something they'd like to say to their friends in a textbox.

If you can and want to go with free ASP code,
:!: link: http://www.hotscripts.com/search/?query ... P&bool=AND

~ have some great fun with a freeware pre-written code
~ decorate the user form to your needs.


hope that helps any ...

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oh and I wanted to mention this,
Code: [ Select ]
//Protect mail() flood
if($HTTP_COOKIE_VARS[check_recommend]=='true'){
  1. //Protect mail() flood
  2. if($HTTP_COOKIE_VARS[check_recommend]=='true'){


:!: I would just leave that alone
unless you want someone to use your mailer to spam all day.

don't fool yourself thinking,
no-one could us your mail-forms unnoticed.

you remove that and you open a rather well, hmmm ...large security hole.
look up 'flooding'
and I think you'll understand.

then think of someone using your mailer unnoticed,
to spam ... or even instruct other mail servers to spam even more.

the above limits one unique EU per 24hrs.



now be smart and design root@yourdomain.com to be hardcoded into your action.
(not the user form)
as BCC and be sure to have root@yourdomain.com set forwarding messaging to your regular email user account.

then when people yell back at your mailserver,
and bitch about spam, then you'll know something was send which you didn't initiate.

I'm just thinking out loud,
I might not even know what I'm talking about.

seriously!
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Post 3+ Months Ago

well, I've found alot of tell a friend scripts but now I'm having a problem integrating it into my join4free script....so that I can track who refers new members to give them credit.

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