Yep! There are a couple of ways to do that, both of which are described on the DreamHost formmail page I linked in my earlier response :
- Use the :“redirect” field:
Description: If you wish to redirect the user to a different URL, rather than having them see the default response to the fill-out form, you can use this hidden variable to send them to a pre-made HTML page.
Syntax: To choose the URL they will end up at:
To allow them to specify a URL they wish to travel to once the form is filled out:
2. Use the return_link_url and return_link_title fields
Description: This field allows you to specify a URL that will appear, as return_link_title, on the following report page. This field will not be used if you have the redirect field set, but it is useful if you allow the user to receive the report on the following page, but want to offer them a way to get back to your main page. You must have return_link_title to go along with this!
Description: This is the title that will be used to link the user back to the page you specify with return_link_url. You must have return_link_url specified! The two fields will be shown on the resulting form page as: