I am experiencing problems with an email distribution utility using the mail
function, the 'Return-path' header that I specify gets overwritten by

I write: Return-Path: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>\n

but sendmail re-writes this as: Return-Path: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

My plan is to exec sendmail and use the -f flag to specify a return-path, I
can do this from the command line but I am unsure how to go about doing this
from within php basically what are the principals of using the exec
function, specifically with sendmail and do I have to close the process
after each mail that's sent.

Many thanks

Kevin Price-Ward
tmx newmedia

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