If you have access to the server's configuration files, or if your
server administrator permits users to create their own CGI scripts,
you can create a form which sends mail to you from any browser
that supports forms. A really flexible package for this
mit-dcns-cgi package (URL is <URL:http://web.mit.edu/wwwdev/www/dist/mit-dcns-cgi.html> ). I've written a simple
email forms package
(URL is <URL:http://www.boutell.com/email/> ),
which does it in ANSI C. There is also a package written
in Perl, known as the
WWW Mailto Gateway (URL is <URL:http://www.mps.ohio-state.edu/mailto/mailto_info.html> ).
GetComments (URL is <URL:http://seclab.cs.ucdavis.edu/~hoagland/>)
is a more general package, also written in Perl, which can
do many different things in response to a form submission.
Tcl programmers may wish to try
J.M. Ivler's TCL mail forms package
InfoMania offers a tool
called Uniform which automatically formats e-mail based on the
input received from a form posting. This "one size fits all"
CGI program is a convenient alternative to writing custom
CGI programs. <URL:http://www.mornini.com/>
Macintosh users should check out
a comment-handling package for Macintosh web servers.
If you want to learn how these forms actually work, see
the entry on CGI scripts.