I have a script that takes input from a webform and inserts it into an RTF document. At that point the completed RTF document should be emailed to a predetermined email address. Unfortnatly, I get a blank email and the RTF document opens up on my computer. I am stumped, so your job, should you choose to accept it, is to fix the script so that the completed RTF is actually emailed as an attachment and not opened locally. I suspect that this is fairly trivial, but am stumped nontheless.
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