Thanks to everyone's suggestions, I have followed some instructions from
http://www.geeksengine.com/article/install-pear-on-windows.html and attempted
to install PEAR. The problem is, when I do a test page, which only has:
require_once "PEAR.php"; ?>. utor
It only gives me a blank page, with no errors. Has anyone who succeeded with
using PEAR on PHP can guide me on a good tutorial to read?
Thanks for your help.
> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2010 15:54:05 -0500
> From: k...@daleco.biz
> To: kranthi...@gmail.com
> CC: aj...@alumni.iu.edu; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [PHP] Mail Function Problem
> kranthi wrote:
> > PEAR's mail package does support authentication.
> > http://email.about.com/od/emailprogrammingtips/qt/PHP_Email_SMTP_Authentication.htm
> I will say "mea culpa" on this one; apparently I didn't
> dig deep enough into the PEAR docs to figure this out.
> It's certainly not mentioned on the manpage at php.net,
> but, of course, the PEAR stuff is elsewhere. I read over
> the first page linked from the PHP manpage, so it must
> nks ve been a lil' deeper than that. If it's only available
> at about.com (lol), I'd suggest filing a PR with the PEAR
> folk's documentation team, eh?
> But, this time I'll do what I shoulda mentioned before and
> include the "IANAE" disclaimer on all things PEAR, many
> things PHP, and some things SMTP.
> Kevin Kinsey
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