Correction, the URL is just:
BTW, there is also another class that wraps around this that makes it
easier to compose and send MIME formatted messages. I use both for
On 08/15/2002 06:28 PM, Manuel Lemos wrote:
> On 08/15/2002 04:35 PM, Daren Cotter wrote:
>> To recap, my problem is:
>> I need some mailings sent immediately (confirmation
>> emails, welcome emails, password lookup emails, etc),
>> while others simply get thrown into the queue, and get
>> sent the next time the queue processes.
>> I contacted a sendmail guru, and he told me that if
>> Sendmail is run with the -odb arguments, the mail will
>> process immediately, while if it's run with the -odd
>> arguments, it will only be queued.
>> So the question is, using PHP, how do I invoke
>> sendmail with the different arguments separately?
> If all you want for those cases is to use a direct delivery mode, you
> can do it by communicating directly with the recipient SMTP server.
> There is no need to use sendmail.
> I also use that method to send messages with instructions to let users
> choose a new password when they forget. I had to do it that way because
> the local mailer queue could be too busy and some times I was getting
> complaints of impatient users that did not want to wait more than a fe
> minutes for assistance by e-mail.
> What I use is this SMTP class that has a special direct delivery mode
> that can only be use to send to one or more recipient served by the same
> end SMTP server.
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