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Merging 2 Php Scripts Together

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I am using the following script to send emails from a submission form on my website:

<?php

$to = "[email protected]";

$name = $_POST['name'];

$email = $_POST['email'];

$subject = $_POST['subject'];

$msg = $_POST['msg'];

$d = date('l dS \of F Y h:i:s A');

$sub = "Contact Page";

$headers = "From: $name <$email>\n";

$headers .= "Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1\n";

$mes = "Subject: ".$subject."\n";

$mes .= "Message: ".$msg."\n";

$mes .= "Name: ".$name."\n";

$mes .= 'Email: '.$email."\n";

$mes .= 'Date & Time: '.$d;

if (empty($name) || empty($email) || empty($subject) || empty($msg))

{

echo " <h3>Sorry all fields are required.</h3>";

}

elseif(!ereg("^[_a-z0-9-]+(\.[_a-z0-9-]+)*@[a-z0-9-]+(\.[a-z0-9-]+)*(\.[a-z]{2,3})$", $email)) {

print " <h3>Sorry the email address you entered looks like it's invalid.</h3>";

}

else

{

mail($to, $sub, $mes, $headers);

print " <h3><center>Thank you ".$name." for contacting me.<br>I will get back to you as soon as possible. <br><br> You will be redirected to the home page in 3 seconds...</center></h3>";

}

?>

I am very happy with this script and it is working well...I just liked certain aspects of my old script better. This is what it looks like:

<?php

$option = $_GET['option'];

$webmastersemail = "[email protected]";

$bannedips = "";

$footer = "<center><p><a href=''></a></p></center>";

if($webmastersemail == null)

{

echo("<p align='center'>The webmaster must specify his / her email, to which these messages will be sent.</p>");

}

if($option == null)

{

$option = "viewform";

}

if($option == "viewform")

{

echo("<center>");

echo("<table border='0' cellpadding='5' cellspacing='0' style='font-size: 90%;'>");

echo("<form action='?option=sendemail' method='POST'>");

echo("<tr>");

echo("<td align='right'>Your name: </td>");

echo("<td><input style='font-size: 70%' type='text' name='yourname' /></td>");

echo("</tr>");

echo("<tr>");

echo("<td align='right'>Your email: </td>");

echo("<td><input style='font-size: 70%' type='text' name='youremail' /></td>");

echo("</tr>");

echo("<tr>");

echo("<td align='right'>Your subject: </td>");

echo("<td><input style='font-size: 70%' type='text' name='yoursubject' /></td>");

echo("</tr>");

echo("<tr>");

echo("<td valign='top' align='right'>Your message: </td>");

echo("<td><textarea cols='30' rows='7' name='yourmessage'></textarea></td>");

echo("</tr>");

echo("<tr>");

echo("<td></td>");

echo("<td><input style='font-size: 70%' type='submit' value='Send' /></td>");

echo("</tr>");

echo("</form>");

echo("</table>");

echo("</center>");

echo($footer);

}

if($option == "sendemail")

{

$ip = $_SERVER["REMOTE_ADDR"];

$pass = "yes";

$exbannedips = explode(",", $bannedips);

for($i=0; $i<count($exbannedips); $i++)

{

if($exbannedips[$i] == $ip)

{

echo("<p align='center'>You are banned from this Contact Form if you feel there has been a mistake contact the website administrator, click <a href='?option=viewform'>here</a> to return.</p>");

$pass = "no";

}

}

if($pass != "no")

{

$yourname = $_POST['yourname'];

$youremail = $_POST['youremail'];

$yoursubject = $_POST['yoursubject'];

$yourmessage = $_POST['yourmessage'];

$yourmessage = nl2br($yourmessage);

$yourmessage = str_ireplace("<br />", "\n\r", $yourmessage);

mail("$webmastersemail", "$yoursubject", "This persons email is: $youremail\n\rThis persons IP address is: $ip\n\r\n\rThe message is: \n\r\n\r$yourmessage");

echo("<p align='center'>Your message has been sent.</p>");

}

}

?>

The second script has the ability to ban IPs and it also sends the IP along with the message. I want the IP banning/sending abilities from the second script, placed into my first script. I tried tinkering with it and just when I thought it would work, it didn't (I suck at php).

I also wanted to reformat the order of the fields that it sends in the email (i.e. name, subject, ect.). I want it to go Name, Email, Subject, Message, Date & Time (in that order). I tried simply reorganizing the "$mes" variables, but that just screwed it up further...

Edited by DOSError

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I will say that there is a second half to that 1st script. It is a simple html submission form:

<form method="post" action="contact/send.php">

Name:<br><input name="name" type="text" size="30"><br>

Email:<br><input name="email" type="text" size="30"><br>

Subject:<br><input name="subject" type="text" size="30"><br><br>

Message:<br><textarea name="msg" cols="50" rows="12"></textarea><br><br>

<input type="submit" value="Send">  <input type="reset" value="Reset">

If that makes any difference...

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For the rearranging of items in the message and to grab the IP, add the following to the first part of your code:

$ip = $_SERVER["REMOTE_ADDR"];
$mes = "Name: ".$name."\n";
$mes .= 'Email: '.$email."\n";
$mes .= "Subject: ".$subject."\n";
$mes .= "Message: ".$msg."\n";
$mes .= "IP: ".$ip."\n";
$mes .= 'Date & Time: '.$d;

Someone more knowledgeable with PHP will have to help with the bannedIP option.

Edited by jsbowen

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