On Wednesday, December 12, 2001, at 06:12 AM, Rick Emery wrote:
> The mail() function works fine. $email must be set to you email
> NOT an email server.
> Should be something like "/bin/sendmail". If you don't have access to
> function, then you cannot send mail.
So where would the To: address go if not $email? I thought the proper
syntax was: mail(Email_Address_of_Recipient, Title_of_Email,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kevin J. Maynard [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2001 10:18 PM
> To: PHP List
> Subject: [PHP-DB] Mail() Not working
> I have been unable to get the mail() function to work.
> my php.ini file has the following line in it:
> SMTP = mail.attbi.com
> my php script is as follows:
> $email = "to_email";
> $from = "from_email";
> $mesg = "This is a test email. \r\n";
> if (mail($email, "Test", $mesg, $from))
> echo "Mail Sent!";
> echo "Mail could not be sent...";
> Every time I run this script, I receive "Mail could not be sent..."
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