--- Stuart Felenstein <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > --- Jason Wong <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > > > > Also just to be certain that you *are* running > those > > lines of code change the > > echo $to, to echo "Before $to" & echo "After $to" > or > > something. > > Some may remember my problem the other day where I was trying to create a mail() block using fields from the database. Finally figured out my problem. Basically I needed to declare the recordset / resultset as a global and move it further up in the script. Things are working way better except I still have one issue. One field is coming from a TEXT column (mysql) I know there is new line formatting in the text. I can't get it to send in the email as the body remains blank. I can do both a print_r and echo and it is fine (except the new lines dissapear) I wonder if it's becasue it's a text column that I am having this problem.
global $rsVendorJobs; global $rsRes; global $rsCL; $to = $rsVendorJobs->Fields('Conmail'); $subject = $rsVendorJobs->Fields('RefEm'); $body = $rsCL->Fields('LurkCovLet'); $headers = "From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]"; mail($to,$subject,$body,$headers); The field that comes up blank in the email is the $body line. I've tried double quotes in various places. Wonder if I'm missing something ? Thank you Stuart -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php