Good evening.

I am wondering surely there is a way to "include URLs" in emails, so when the URL is clicked certain action can take place.

Description of the problem: I have a situation where I need to confirm the identity of a person to make sure the email address is valid and that email is actually belong to that specific person. So, I would like to send an email to the address that was entered and include a URL in that email whether to accept or reject. based on the url that the email address owner clicks we do verify it is OK or not OK to subscribe.

Is there a way to post the information to the database using URLs.

Thank you Viswa

asked 29 Jul '14, 22:42

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Hi Viswa,

I think this link will answer your question

http://osqa.theformspider.com/questions/1460/parameter-passing-using-url

Cheers Raymond

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answered 30 Jul '14, 06:28

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