I've tried the "From" header (4th parameter) in mail().  It doesn't work.

My ISP does run Apache but I have no access to their files.

At 06:56 PM 5/3/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>On 3 May 2002 at 12:48, Anthony Rodriguez wrote:
> >
> > When a php script uses mail() and sendmail, if the e-mail address is
> > not right, the e-mail is returned to the envelope sender (the hosting
> > provider), NOT to the "From", "Reply-To",  "Return-Path", or any other
> > additional headers included in mail().
> >
> > Apparently, this problem is faced by any user who utilizes a hosting
> > provider.
>The envelope address can be set on a per script basis by setting the 
>sendmail_from value
>using ini_set(). Alternatively, if you are using Apache, you can set it in 
>a .htaccess file.

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