tyler040496 wrote:i'm sorry, this is getting frustrating, i only want a piece of code. i don't want to save anything to my server, i don't want to collect any information, i don't want to be told i don't understand something that all you have to judge me on is the information i provided to you. in case the word "e-mail" outgrows your mental capacity, i would like to transmit a external message across the internet to myself at the receiving end. i would get pretty scared if Hotmail was saving all my messages to their server. but thank you to all the people who gave a positive input, and to you guys who think your being all smart, no, this is not my strong point as i would never post a question on here if it was, and you think your really smart don't you, going around giving people advice, but if there is someone here, on this forum that can make a post without a cocky remark, and without telling them self that they are intelligent, obviously not intelligent enough to answer my question in the first place as it seems, and crawled out of the way of the general meaning if the post, being a request for knowledge, and realize that in avoiding the question in hand, makes you no more intelligent and computer handy as i, in which i highly doubt. now, if anyone peering over this message with knowledge of such task, could point me in the direction of a tutorial, video tutorial, or in fact post some code into their reply,well that would be splendid. sorry if i'm coming across as rude in this post, but don't people like this just get on your nerves.
If you want to 'transmit a message across the internet', HTML isn't the language to do the job.
-- Fri Apr 09, 2010 7:17 pm --
Also, hotmail DOES have your messages on their server. I think you need a bit more knowledge before you write angry posts.