> IMO better this way than a short-timeout script - sending one email can
> sometimes take ages (long DNS lookup, slow connection to the host, etc...)
The mail() entry in the manual does say that it returns a boolean for send
success/failure, however none of the
examples make any use of such feedback. Is there a way to work out if something has
gone wrong with a particular
mail out, what the actual failure was, eg SMTP server down, DNS lookup failed, slow
connection time-out, etc?
Indeed what will trigger a FALSE return?
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