Still not resolved. I checked my local php.ini and the sendmail_path
variable is commented out. If I do a phpinfo() on the same server,
sendmail_path has a value of /usr/sbin/sendmail -t -i ? I don't know where
it pick up this value from but I can send emails from this server. The
production server that is situated with my isp also has the sendmail_path
set to /usr/sbin/sendmail -t -i but this won't send emails. Both web servers
are on linux 7.2 boxes. Am I correct in assuming that the SMTP and
sendmail_from variables are only relevant for webservers on windows hosts
and all I need to be concerned with is sendmail_path? I have searched
various places for an answer as to why I can't mail from my production
server without much success.

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