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AFU Form Submit $0.00
 This script gives you form processing power! Request any information from your user and have it emailed to you automatically in text and HTML format. But it also forwards the fields you specify to any list in your auto responder!
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AFU Plugins $2.50 Add to Cart
 These scripts combine with Auto FollowUp. afu allows people to subscribe to the autoresponder by email, but this collection contains a script that will actually answer an email! It will respond to email subscribe and unsubscribe requests. Other plugins include a mailing list script to mail the entire list at once, and a database plugin to import multiple formats into Auto Follow Up.
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AutoFollowup $5.00 Add to Cart
 Follow up with customers, sending them unlimited autoresponders with a personal touch. Administrate all autoresponders from any web browser, adding unlimited letters and unlimited lists. Now this is customer service made easy!
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MySpace Profile Feed $0.00
 This script scrapes a variety of items from your MySpace profile: the number of friends you have, the number of comments made, and the date of your last login. For bands, it also displays the number of visits to your profile, the number of plays today, downloads today, total plays, and individual song plays each day.
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FileCABINET Script - Create a File Download section on your site.

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HomePage2 $0.00
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 Allow your visitors to create their own informational page on your site. They need only fill in some personal details and the script does the rest, generating the HTML automatically.
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I really like this utility. Using a LOC file returned a nice GPX file.

Thanks for the nice code. I'm going to get some other geocaching software, and see if your GPX file works in it.

When I entered a LOC file, the results that I got back looked great in notepad.This looks like a GREAT tool!

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