On Thu, 2004-10-21 at 16:19 -0600, 'Miguel Guirao' wrote:
> Hi!!
> I have a script in PHP that should send an e-mail from a specific e-mail
> account, let's say  <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> to a customer's e-mail account, using the smtp_mail.inc class of PHP.
> But, Do I need to authenticate first in order to send the e-mail? If so,
> how?

It really depends on the web hosting server that you are on. You can
typically get away with using the mail() function which by default sends
through sendmail and doesn't bother checking for authentication.


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