Bob McConnell wrote:
*snip*


Just be aware that it does have a few bugs you may need to work around
or patch. The SourceForge tracker is at
<http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=26031&atid=385707>. I
submitted two reports last year against 1.73 which the tracker says were
summarily closed with no comment and apparently no action. The first one
is listed as fixed in the change logs for 2.0.3 and 2.3, but that was
not recorded in the tracker.

1. Incorrect line ending character. RFC 2821 and 2822 require CR/LF line
endings. PHPMailer only puts in the LF. Just because most current
clients can handle the single character is no excuse for doing it wrong.

2. Invalid use of Return-path for Sender. When you request a Sender
header, the email is written with Return-path instead. According to
those RFCs, the latter is reserved for use by transport agents and may
be rewritten or replaced anywhere in the chain. It should insert a
Sender line instead.

Bob McConnell


I wonder if that could be fixed by extending the class.
I'll have to look at it, I like standards compliance, the web would be a better place if standards were always strictly enforced.


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