On Tue, 2010-06-29 at 10:27 -0700, Mike Wright wrote:
> Ashley Sheridan wrote:
> > On Tue, 2010-06-29 at 10:00 -0700, Mike Wright wrote:
> >> Hi all,
> >> I'm very puzzled by this. I've been using the php mail command for
> >> years but now I can't get it to work and can't figure out how to
> >> diagnose the problem.
> >> php-5.2.29 on fedora10 with apache 2.2.14. Can this be selinux related?
> > The first ini_set variable you're setting I believe will only work for a
> > Windows server.
> > Aside from that, yes SELinux does prevent the mail command from sending
> > mail by default. I'm using Fedora 11, so I assume it will be similar;
> > there are config tools for setting SELinux policies, or you could even
> > turn it off (not advised on a live server). As a test, try turning it
> > off temporarily just to see if it is the culprit, then you can determine
> > what policy changes need to be made.
> Thanks, Ash, but no cigar. Selinux is set disabled. Absolutely baffled
> and confounded that there doesn't seem to be a way to diagnose the problem.
I can only guess that PHP somehow isn't seeing the sendmail program for
some reason. Have you compared the output of a phpinfo() call on this
system and another where it is working to see if there are any obvious
differences in the server setups?