Sorry, I don't understand. I thought the code that you posted was what goes in the HTML page; meaning I thought it was php code.
Where does the source code sit?

howard grämer
 New York City

From: "Jack van Zanen" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "howard gramer" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: RE: [PHP-DB] Re: send email
Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2003 23:24:43 +0100


my example earlier does not show the email address in the source of the
displayed web page.
It is in the source code, but you can change that to be put in a config file
and include this file in the script.


-----Original Message-----
From: howard gramer [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: dinsdag 25 november 2003 21:09
Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] Re: send email

I am in the same boat, ( I posted a couple of days ago Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] Send formmail data to Email and Database ), not knowing where to put the Mail() into my own code. I am working on it but no success yet.

But, my real question in this topic; with using Sendmail your
able to use "recipients_alias = [EMAIL PROTECTED]" inside of the
FormMail.conf file.  So this means you can hide the email address in the
configuration file without it being seen in the page source.

How do you accomplish the same with Mail()? i.e. hiding the email

howard grämer New York City [EMAIL PROTECTED]

>From: "Kim Steinhaug" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>Reply-To: "Kim Steinhaug" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>Subject: [PHP-DB] Re: send email
>Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2003 19:57:44 +0100
>Well this shouldnt be any problem. I suspect you dont
>know how to set up the email routine since your asking.
>All you need to do is insert a sendmail script together with the
>update of the mySQL database. You could use PHPs internal
>functions for this, but Ill recommend you using PHPmailer which
>is heavily documentet with tons of examples on how to use.
>The PHPmailer is located at sourceforge and you should find it
>right away. It has to be the most elegant way I know of sending
>emails from PHP scripts.
>And as a bonus, the PHPmailer is under active development so
>you will most likely never run into problems using it, :)
>Kim Steinhaug
>There are 10 types of people when it comes to binary numbers:
>those who understand them, and those who don't.
>"Redhat" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> > I have created a simple form that dumps input information into a mysql
> > database. The person that I created it for said it would be nice if it
> > would also notify him by email that an entry was added to the database.
> > I have no idea where to begin with that - any ideas?
> > thanks,
> > DF

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