That is not the problem. @ and . need not be escaped. It's got to do with
the array that stores the file. Just need to dump the array and try to

Any idea on how I can dump an array


On Thu, 26 Apr 2001 00:30:40 +0530, Subodh Gupta wrote:

>  Hi Kancha,
>  Since you are putting the "From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]" in double quotes, I
believe that you need to esacape @ and (.) character by a
>  slash.
>  So you need to write "From: sysadmin\@foo\.com"
>  Will anybody correct me if I am wrong?
>  Subodh Gupta
>  I have learned, Joy is not in things, it is in us.
>  You will ultimately be known by what you give and not what you get.
>  Hi all
>  I have a text file with email addresses. Each line contains one email
>  address. I read the file using file() function. Below is a snippet of my
>  code
>   $staff = file("staff");
>   for($x=0; $x<count($staff); $x++){
>     $to = $staff[$x];
>     mail($to, "New User Added", $mailBody, "From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]");
>   }
>  the snippet does send mail to all the address listed in the file staff
>  the header from of the mail is not [EMAIL PROTECTED], but when i replace
>  with a string like "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" everything works fine. The from  header
>  set to [EMAIL PROTECTED] and the subject also appears.
>  I'm using php 4.0.1pl1 with apache 1.3 in a linux box. what could be the
>  problem??
>  kancha

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