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Hi, I am trying to make a script call a url that sends text messages. here is what i have to call, +password=xxx&to=12345678&text=this%20is%20my%20text&sender=me
where all the string elements are set as variables in the script below.
if ($form{'ASSMS'} eq "Yes") { $ring = "0"; $smsdate = $Day.$monnm.$yearx; $smslogtitle = $smsdate; $smstitlea = $form{'DESTINY'}; $smstitleb = "44"; $smstitled = substr($smstitlea, 1, 10); $smstitle = $smstitleb.$smstitled.$smstitlec; $smsuser = "xxx"; $smspass = "xxx"; $smsto = $smstitleb.$smstitled; $smssender = "DMSTEST"; $smsmsg = "$form{'DESC'} Ref: $form{'REQREF'}"; $smsmax = "3"; $smsmsg =~ s/\ /%20/g; $smsurl = " +ername=$smsuser&password=$smspass&to=$smsto&from=$smssender&text=$sms +msg&maxconcat=$smsmax"; NEED TO CALL URL HERE $adtitle = $form{'FILEBIT'}; &oops('Cannot write') unless (open(NEWITEM, ">>$basepath/Parts/$adtitl +e.dat")); print NEWITEM "\n$form{'TSTAMP'}-$form{'initials'}-SMS-$form{'DESC'}"; close NEWITEM; $izsent = 1 ; open(NEWITEM, ">>$smslog/$smslogtitle.dat"); print NEWITEM "\n$Hour:$Minute-$form{'DESTINY'}-$form{'REQREF'}-$form{'DESC'}"; close NEWITEM; print $smsurl; print <<"EOF"; <p align="center"><font face="Verdana">Your text message has been logg +ed and sent !</p> EOF }
the script works in that I can get it to print on screen the exact url i need, but i am not sure how to make the script call that url in IE. Any Help would be appreciated. Cheers Michael

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