In answer to your question:
When you submit the form and it fails to send you any email, what does it display in the browser ?  
When I click on "Submit" my browser shows a screen with the information that was entered into the HTML form. It does not, however, include all of the information specified by the print_config settings. The print_config lists email and several other fields. email information is never displayed in the resulting page after I click on "Submit". Everything else looks normal, the page contains the information that was entered for the other fields, everything looks good -  but the mail is never sent.
I also looked in my servers file containing the email messages sent from my website. The email that appeared to have been sent (but never was) is there but is incomplete. The body of the message is there but the "To, From, Subject" and mail routing information is not there. For instance, this is what I filled out in one of the forms:
 realname: Tom Gnirrep


Seek/Miss Classmate: Tom Jansen

Comments: Looking for Tom Jansen

Submit: Submit Form

The above information is a copy/paste of what was in the servers mail file. What is not there is the email routing information which should look something like this:

From Sat Mar 30 09:47:34 2002Return-Path:

Received: from (root@localhost)

by (8.11.1/8.9.3) with ESMTP id g2UHlYF27045

for <>; Sat, 30 Mar 2002 09:47:34 -0800

Received: (from tomgnirrep@localhost)

by (8.11.1/8.11.1) id g2UHlYk27041;

Sat, 30 Mar 2002 10:47:34 -0700

Date: Sat, 30 Mar 2002 10:47:34 -0700

Message-Id: <>

X-HTTP-Client: []

X-Generated-By: NMS v1.66


From: (Tom Gnirrep)

Subject: LHS54 Classmate - Seeking/Missing Information

Without the routing information the body of the message is just so much text - it isn't going to be mailed.

Also, when I turn on the Confirmation email   $send_confirmation_mail = 1; the confirmation message is sent out without any problem. It seems only the information gathered by the forms is not being sent.  

I did check the error logs on the server. Even with the $style set to 0 the server shows an error. This is a copy/paste of the error message on the server:

[Sat Mar 30 07:55:33 2002] [error] [client] File does not exist: /home/virtual/tomgnirrep/home/httpd/html/css/nms.css

I don't know if the above information helps or not.



----- Original Message -----
From: Nick Cleaton
To: Tom Gnirrep
Sent: Saturday, March 30, 2002 2:34 PM
Subject: Re: [Nms-cgi-support] CSS Problem

On Sat, Mar 30, 2002 at 01:40:59PM -0500, Tom Gnirrep wrote:
> Nick,
> Thank you for your help! Although my server documentation stated the path the path to mail was usr/bin/sendmail your suggestion of usr/sbin/sendmail made it work.
> However, FormMail works without a broken pipe now but it does not send any mail. I looked at the server error log and the error was shown as File does not exist    ..../html/css/nms.css . Since I have the $style set to 0 as:
> $style             = 0;   (I also tried  = '0';   and  = "0"; with no luck).   Do I need the nms.css  file if $style is set to zero? If I don't use a style sheet do I have to set up another file somewhere to hold the script generated messages?

The style sheet stuff shouldn't have any effect on the
sending of email, $style = 0 should be fine to disable
style sheets.

When you submit the form and it fails to send you any
email, what does it display in the browser ?