If it's a local email address that's bad, check the return value of
http://php.net/mail itself.

If it's a non-local address, Errors-to: and Reply-to: or whatever should
work, depending on how well the email servers involved have implemented
those specs.  Show the source for how you did Reply-to:  If it's a Win box,
you need \r\n for a newline, not just \n.  (\r\n is email spec, Un*x boxes
support \n alone, Windows software often doesn't)

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----- Original Message -----
Newsgroups: php.general
Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2001 6:45 AM
Subject: Sending email through "mail" function to a bad address

> Hi!
> When I send email through "mail" function to a bad address, I don't get an
> error message back, as I used to when using perl and sendmail. I've triyed
> using "Return-Path" and "Errors-To" headers with no results.

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