I am. I assumed the built-in mail function used "sendmail_path" as defined
in php.ini; is this an incorrect assumption?
"Chris Earle" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> Can you just use the built-in mail function?
> mail("[EMAIL PROTECTED]", "Errors", $ObjectGET->EMAIL, // doesn't have to
> be an object
> "From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]\n"
> ."Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]\n"
> ."X-Mailer: PHP/" . phpversion());
> "Ricky Dhatt" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> > I've been trying to tweak my sendmail_path to work with some batch
> > have to sent out. What'd like to do is set within a virtual site in
> > httpd.conf:
> > php_admin_value sendmail_path =
> > "/usr/sbin/sendmail -t -oQ/var/spool/mqueue_batch -ODeliveryMode=q"
> > Problem is when I do this, my emails go in to oblivion. I've tried
> > paths/options like "/usr/sbin/sendmail -oi -t -odq" and it works just
> > I've tested my path in a perl script so I'm sure it's correct; I'm sure
> > permissions are correct...any ideas?
> > --Ricky
> >  It's not spam. Honest!
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