This can be done with JS, and it's not too complicated, but you can't generate an email from Reader without any attachments (well, actually you can, but then the amount of data you can put in it is very limited), it has to have either the entire PDF, or a file with the form data, attached to it.
thanks for your reply.
What about the submit forms as HTML option?
What is the purpose of this option?
I can't find any information about it.
It seems obscure to me...
I'm not sure what's the purpose of it, but it's not very commonly used, as far as I know... And it does generate a weird-looking tmp file, which doesn't really contain HTML, but the values of the fields in a URL-style syntax, ie:
The purpose is so the form data can be submitted to a web server and the same type of server-side script that's used with HTML forms can be used with PDF forms. So the PDF form submits in the same format as an HTML form does (URL-encoded name/value pairs). It is not intended to be used when "submitting" by email and does not mean that it will produce an HTML formatted email message.