you miss understood what I was saying. I said to have your hotmail account setup as the return email address and then send mail to you ISP. if the mail bounces it will be returned to your hotmail account instead of your ISP. if you do receive the mail returned to your hotmail account. it should give you some insight on what is going on with the error messages included in the return mail.
Jim Lucas ----- Original Message ----- From: "César L. Aracena" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> To: "PHP General List" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Sent: Wednesday, June 05, 2002 8:42 PM Subject: RE: [PHP] mail() problem Ok. I've done everything that all of you told me to do, but still can't get to send e-mails to my ISP's mail address. I did all of the following: a) Append a Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Actually, it's [EMAIL PROTECTED] ) b) Send the e-mail to my Hotmail account, but everything seems fine. The address shown at the From: line is even the one I used in the Script. c) Because I have placed the Script into a server and not a local machine, asked the sysadmin to check the php.ini file and so but nothing. This step is crucial for my scripting and because all of my clients live here, most of them use the same ISP and have to get their e-mails. Actually, I didn't know how to change the content-type for my e-mail in order to do some testing. Can anyone help me with this? Might be my last chance... Thanks in advance, <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]> César Aracena IS / MCSE+I Neuquén, NQN (0299) 156-356688 (0299) 446-6621 -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php