On Mon, 2009-08-24 at 12:26 -0400, Paul M Foster wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 09:12:19AM -0700, Chris Carter wrote:
> > Hi,
> > The code below actually takes input from a web form and sends the fields
> > captured in an email. It used to work quite well since past few years. It
> > has stopped now. I used Google's mail servers (google.com/a/website.com)
> > <?
> > $fName = $_REQUEST['fName'] ;
> > $emailid = $_REQUEST['emailid'] ;
> > $number = $_REQUEST['number'] ;
> > $message = $_REQUEST['message'] ;
> > mail( "ch...@gmail.com", $number, $message, "From: $emailid" );
> > header( "Location: http://www.thankyou.com/thankYouContact.php" );
> > ?>
> > This is the simplest one, how could it simply stop? Any help would be
> > appreciated, I have already lost 148 queries that came through this form.
> As a test, change $_REQUEST above to $_POST (assuming POST method on the
> form), and try it.
> Also check the return value of the mail() function to see if it thinks
> it has succeeded or failed. If it fails, check the mail logs on the
> server to find what the mail server thinks is wrong.
> Paul M. Foster
The $_REQUEST will not have anything to do with it. $_REQUEST contains
any values sent by POST.
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