Malcolm, > I Have been trying to change the Return-Path: when using mail() but to no > success. I have followed the examples in the documentation. Is there any > hidden trick - Iam using apache 1.3.14, php 4.1.1 and sendmail 8.9.3.
=There's been some grouching on the lists about spam and vague questions - How much detail have you given about this problem? Would it be acceptable to answer saying "Iam using apache 1.3.14, php 4.1.1 and sendmail 8.9.3. and it works fine"? =Fortunately I don't (use sendmail) so after grumbling away, let me say that I do have systems that email (successfully) from PHP code and am interested in the topic (and did like your precise subject line). 1 if a msg is constructed (without Return-Path) does it send/receive to spec? 2 which example/documentation? 3 what is the pertinent PHP code? 4 what is the errmsg-received/other symptoms? =dn -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the list administrators, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]