You know that $fromaddress must have the correct header's to, right?
Like just "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" will not be interepreted but something like 
will set the Reply-to header correctly.
Also, did you try taking out the dynamic values and just entering a hardcoded test 
without the
variables to make sure it works just even with straight static values?

Adam Voigt

On Tue, 2 Apr 2002 10:55:20 -0500, James Kupernik <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>  wrote:
> I'm trying to run a mail function .. the program is running, but I'm not
> getting the email. Here is the code .. any one have any ideas?
> $toaddress = $friendemail;
> $subject = "A message from ".$fromname.".";
> $mailcontent = "Here's a special message from a friend"
>                ."Your friend, ".$fromname." at ".$fromemail." writes:\n\n"
>                ."".$message."";
> $fromaddress = $fromemail;
> mail($fromemail, $subject, $mailcontent, $fromaddress);
> I talked with my ISP and the sendmail_path is set up correctly....
> I know it's not DB related, but I didn't know where else to turn. Thanks for
> any help you can provide.
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