Mike Wright wrote:
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.
I can access the mail server with "/usr/bin/mailx" and by telnet
"localhost 25". I can also send mail using php by using 'exec (" echo
$body | mailx -s $subject $recipient")'.
php-5.2.29 on fedora10 with apache 2.2.14. Can this be selinux related?
I'm using Zend Server Community Edition. Apparently it is launched
pointing to a different php.ini (/usr/local/zend/etc/php.ini) and the
libphp5.so is compiled WITHOUT a sendmail path.
Even though I used "ini_set('sendmail_path', '/usr/sbin/sendmail')" in
the program it apparently had no effect.
Only after setting the path in Zend Server CE's php.ini would the mail
Zend claims it is not a bug stating, "even though the traditional path
is /usr/sbin/sendmail one cannot always be certain that is true for all
10 days on this and miles behind schedule...
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