From: "Brantley Shields" <brantley_shields / yahoo.com>
>
> Yes it does hold the email, I comment out the attempt on sending the 
> email, and just print out the em like this:
> 
> buf+="em is: #{em}<br>"
> 
> which produces:
> 
> myemail / yahoo.com
> 
> on the screen. So....I think that does answer your question

What if you print the whole myMessage to the buffer?

For ex:

buf << "<pre>#{CGI.escapeHTML(myMessage)}</pre>"


...so that we can see exactly what is being substituted for 'em' in the email?


Regards,

Bill