On Wed, Apr 13, 2011 at 11:08 AM, Jim Giner
> Without looking at your HUGE code stream, I'm curious what your question
> really is. If you know how to send an email, and you know how to update
> your table, then isn't your task simply to send an email after updating the
> I would make the email a function to get it out of the "way" and
> then add a call to it right after I did an update. The user probably gets a
> message of the successful update, so when you do that, that's when you call
> your email function. Maybe have a couple of arguments in the function to
> pass some specifics and that's that.
Could you possbily show me an example? I am a newby when it comes to PHP.
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