on linux, you could simply open these 'files':


for windows, and for portability, PHP provides the following dummy's,
which can also simply be used by fopen() :



On Fri, 11 Jan 2002 12:19:05 -0500, Mullin, Reginald wrote:

>Hi Guys,
>I recently read an email entitled "Can a PHP program receive an e-mail and
>write it to a file???" in the PHP archives (see
>http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=php-general&m=97986044121868&w=2) and wanted
>to ask a follow up question.  I'm a novice programmer, new to PHP, and
>unfamiliar with the ways in which to access the Standard Input for a PHP
>program.  Can anyone provide me with some examples or online reference
>material as to how I can go about doing this.  For example, is there a
>particular variable or function that I should call?  Or, is there something
>that needs to be initialized?
>P.S.  Thanks, in advance, for all of your help and assistance. 
>O      From Now 'Till Then,
>\->    Reginald Alex Mullin
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