On 05/28/2002 08:27 AM, Anthony Rodriguez wrote:
> When mail() sends, via sendmail,  an e-mail to an invalid address, it's 
> returned to the "envelope-sender" (e.g.: the ISP), NOT returned to the 
> "from" address, or the "return-path" address, etc. that are included 
> with mail()'s 4th parameter.

The 4th parameter is not for putting headers but rather to pass 
arguments to sendmail. The -f argument sets the return path which is the 
same thing as the envelope sender. Of course this only works Unix. On 
Windows you need to use the sendmail_form option of php.ini


Manuel Lemos

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