I'd be interested to see an example of an address that will "not work"....

Which MTA are you using? On which OS?  More info!

(obPeeve): Please don't post in HTML.


-----Original Message-----
From: Matthew Luchak [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: 31 October 2001 16:04
To: Php-General (E-mail)
Subject: [PHP] defending PHP mail function

Recently I have had to defend the use of PHP in light of a number of
screw-ups with the mail function in 4.0+.  It seems that some email
addresses will simply "not work" with mail.  I have been shopping around for
a smtp direct class ( http://www.zend.com/codex.php?id=347&single=1 ) looks
pretty good to me and was wondering if anyone has any experiences, shortcuts
etc. to this kind of problem with mail.
Matthew Luchak 
Kaydara Inc. 

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