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I have a form that uses, All I did was go in and change the email addresses that the results should go to, and now it returns a Internal server error. Not sure what to do.

I restored it with a backup and It still returns an error.

I reset the permissions to 644. Still no luck. Anyone able to help?

Part of code changed:

my $emailTo = 'Customer Service <>'; my $emailFrom = FilterCChars($FTGEmail); open(MAIL,"|$mailProg"); print MAIL "To: $emailTo\n"; print MAIL 'Cc: Frank Simmons <,susan@ftiegs. +com,> . "\n"; print MAIL "From: $emailFrom\n"; print MAIL "Subject: $emailSubject\n"; print MAIL "Content-Type: text/plain; charset=\"UTF-8\"\n"; print MAIL "Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"; print MAIL "\n"; print MAIL $emailBody; close(MAIL); # Redirect user to success page print "Location: /thankyou.html\n\n"; exit;

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