On 06/10/2002 02:08 PM, Subhendu Mohapatra wrote:
> I am sending mails from my site by PHP code (  mail($em, $sub, $temp,
> $headers);  )
>  and wants to capture bouncers in one email address.( My intention is to
> remove those bounced address ).  I have set the from address like this
> $from="From:[EMAIL PROTECTED]\n;
> $headers = $from."Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1\n";
> It is sending mails with from address [EMAIL PROTECTED] address but
> bouncers are not returning to this address.

The bounce address can't be set with headers.

> Is there any better way of doing this ?

Yes, you may want to try this class that emulates what you want by 
specifying the Return-Path header. It works whether you use sendmail on 
Unix systems or SMTP on Windows, but you have to use the appropriate 
transport sub-class because the default transport uses mail() and it 
will not work that way:


Beware that delayed delivery warnings also return to the bounce address. 
There are tricks to avoid that too.


Manuel Lemos

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