Your browser probably timed out. Try using flush() after the echo in the loop. You may also encounter PHP timeout - take a look at set_time_limit() if you bump into that.
What I don't understand is why you received no mail - are you sure your mail() syntax is correct? You should try a third test: (1) Change the loop condition so it only loops once; (2) Use the uncommented mail() version; See if you get any mail / error messages... HTH Bogdan Anthony Rodriguez wrote: > I''ve a php script that gets e-mail addresses from a MySQL db and then > using the mail() sends the same message to 100+ recipients. > > I tested the script twice. > > FIRST TEST. > > (1) I commented out the mail() routine. > (2) I looped to get the e-mail addresses. > (3) I echoed the e-mail addresses on the screen. > > It worked fine (displayed 136 e-mail addresses) and fast! > > SECOND TEST. > > (1) I uncommented out the mail() routine. > (2) I used my own e-mail address as the recipient in the mail(). > > It was supposed to loop to get the e-mail addresses, display them on > the screen, and send me an e-mail every time (136 times). > > It loaded very slow (loading indicator). Finally it displayed "url not > found" with the name of the script file. And, I got no e-mails. > > Is there a conflict between php mail() and the mail server when > multiple e-mails are involved? > > Thanks! > > Anthony F. Rodriguez > ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php