Hosted web, so option to turn on or off is up to the hosting company, not
$form = stripslashes($form);
$form[message] = stripslashes($form[message]);
"Martin Towell" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> stripslashes() should work - or set the magic quote thingy to off
> -----Original Message-----
> From: lmlweb [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 03, 2002 1:12 PM
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: [PHP] Mail function acting a bit differently
> I got an email someone submitted through my web form. I've been using this
> form for a while, and it had always worked. It still works, but something
> new has popped up.
> If someone writes, "I'm available to meet with you anytime. We'll talk
> our project."
> It appears as: I\'m available to meet with you anytime. We\'ll talk about
> our project.
> The mail() function as shown:
> $form[last_name] ($form[email]) send the following message to
> ($final_recipient) : \n\n $form[message]\n\n Name: $form[first_name]
> $form[last_name] \n Email: $form[email] \n Subject: $form[subject] \n",
> "From: $form[first_name] $form[last_name] <$form[email]>\nReply-To:
> $form[first_name] $form[last_name] <$form[email]>\nContent-type:
> text/plain\nX-Mailer: PHP/" . phpversion());
> Only a week or so ago, I've switched server machines from the one that had
> version 4.0.4pl1 (my old server) over to a new server that has version
> The other differences I can see from these two is that the 4.1.2 version
> has magic_quotes_gpc on, where the other one didn't.
> How would I set this up so that the comments posted in my forms doesn't
> addslashed? I tried adding the stripslashes, but what happened was I get
> email with no data in it.
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