Okay, I've had enough. I've read most of the advice on this issue and nothing is working.
I want to post a form to our web site, with the submit mail button at the end. I make the button, give it the address, with proper syntax mailto:xxxx [at] xxx [dot] com. I "reader enable" the form, send it through the "distribution process" and ....hey, it doesn't work. Instead of sending the mail to the address in the "submit button" it sends the mail to me.
So, I fix that. I test it in Acrobat 8 reader and it works. I post it and have my boss test it, and, you guessed it, it doesn't work. Instead, everyone gets an error message saying "Outlook does not recognize "1".
Now, in Acrobat 4-6, you made a form, added the submit button, saved the file, and posted it, done, bing, bang, boom. Now, you have to send the the form through some kind of cockamamie "distribution" process and the thing still doesn't work. No were does Help tell you that the default user of Acrobat 9, extended is going to be the default e-mail address for the form you distribute no matter what you put for the "submit" button.
Even when I did it right, it doesn't work for anyone else. I can't be the only person having this problem and from what I've read this seems like more of a bug issue than a "learning cuvre' issue.
I just want to have the "submit form" button work like it should. Where is the problem and why do I have to Reader Enable anything. This never had to be done in previous versions until after 6?
Anyone have some helpful hints here? Thanks