King Coffee wrote:
I'm executing a third-parity standard PHP application on a Windows IIS 7
shared hosting server.
I need to convert, or use, a SMTP mailer service. I found two SMTP PHP
scripts - I think may work.
The sourceforge.net PHPMailer project and the pear.php.net (Mail,
Can any body please help me choose one and probably give a code snip of
Currently, I'm leaning forward the PHPMailer, with little to base the
I'd take a look at http://www.phpguru.org/static/smtp.html
It doesn't make the mistake of muddling the differnece between the
message envelope and the message body, so you can set the recipients
directly and different from the messages to/cc/bcc headers. It has a
fairly sane design, based on the smtp protocol. And finally it uses
exceptions in a sane way. Oh, and its a fairly small and straightforward
piece of code, easy to include in any application.
There's one problem in it when using it for bulk-mail. If you add many
recipients and one of them is incorrect, it will fail the entire message.
It's not free for commercial use, but the one-time license fee is more
than worth it.
Auke van Slooten
(And no, I'm not affiliated with the author, just a happy customer).
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