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When I run the following ASP email script I get error. I am sending the script and error messege both. Please help me as soon as possible as I am a fresher at ASP scripting.

The script:-

<html>

<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=windows-1252">
<title>New Page 1</title>
</head>

<body>

<%
Option Explicit

Dim objNewMail

' First create an instance of NewMail Object
Set objNewMail = Server.CreateObject("CDONTS.NewMail")

' After an instance of NewMail Object has been created.
' If you like you can use this one line of code to send the mail.
' objNewMail.Send From, To, Subject, Message
' or you can give every value seperate

objNewMail.From = "webmaster@devasp.com"
objNewMail.To = "test@devasp.com"

' Please replace the "From" and "To" email addresses with your
' own valid email address. I recieve too many emails
' from people who test this sample and keep sending
' emails to test@devasp.com, or they keep the "From" property
' as webmaster@devasp.com and I get response of
' undeliverable emails.
' NOTE: If the "To" or "From" properties of CDONTS contain
' invalid email address you will not recieve the email.

objNewMail.Subject = "This is a test Mail"
objNewMail.Body = "This is the Body text of this test mail."
objNewMail.Send

' After the Send method, NewMail Object become Invalid
' You should set it to nothing to relase the memory

Set objNewMail = Nothing

' If you want to send another mail
' you have to create a new instance of NewMail Object again.

Response.Write "Email has been sent"

%>
</body>

</html>


The error message:-

Error Type:
Microsoft VBScript compilation (0x800A0400)
Expected statement
/calendar/email2.asp, line 11
Option Explicit

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Last Post by RobUK
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Option Explicit must be the first thing declared in the asp file. That goes above everything else including the html.

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LMAO..... how many of us fell into this trap at the beginning? We were prolly just as confused as this guy!

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