On Friday 21 December 2001 11:48, Peter stuffed this into my mailbox:
You probably have masquerading on I think. I believe it's the DM tag in the
I think you want to use this for spam. since else it's pretty useless to send
email from a non-existing domain which XYZ is. i'll warn you now. If i
receive spam from you I'll kick your ass. If it's not for spam I didn't say
anything ok? :-)
> I have problem.
> Everytime that I want to send email using a PHP script from my server, it
> automatically appends the domain name of my server to the "From:" line.
> $mailheaders .= "From: XYZ company\n";
> $mailheaders .= "Reply-To: $email\r\n";
> $mailheaders .= "Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1\r\n";
> $remarks .= "<br><br>$items";
> mail("[EMAIL PROTECTED]", "quotation enquiry", $remarks, $mailheaders);
> ?><img src="images/thank_you.gif"><?
> As you can see from the example above , I use XYZ company , but in the
> email that I receive it comes out as XYZ [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> It automatically appended the domain name to the end of it.
> How can I avoid this?
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