Can you have 2 forms in Frontpage on the same website example and have one form send info to you via email and then have it goto another page and send more info?
Email autoresponders automatically send a response to email that is sent to it. For example you have a problem with a website and you send them a email. The autoresponder will send you a email telling you that your email was received and how long it will be before you can expect a response from the website.
If you have msn, yahoo, google or any other internet email, then you should be able to acsess your mail by visiting the website. For example: I have yahoo mail. I go to www.yahoo.co.uk and on any computer, I can get my email there. If you don't have email over the internet, then I don't think there is anyway other way to check them. :(
That depends. Probably not, if you are using another website to create a website. They want your email so that they can have you confirm your account (sometimes), and so that they can send you updates and stuff. However, if you download a website-creating software, or buy one from a store (even if it's online), it MIGHT NOT REQUIRE AN EMAIL ADDRESS. But if the email address is a problem, then I suggest that you…
Provided you have a copy on your computer - Simply write an email to the web-site concerned and attach the CV to the email, by whatever function your email program uses. for example MSN has the 'attach file' function built-in. Once the web-site receives your email, they will download your CV to their computer.