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Our php was installed on our server by a consultant who is no longer
available. Now, we have just moved our servers to a new location, and
the autoresponders we have written in PHP no longer work. I'm assuming
there is somewhere in the setup that holds the ip for the email
server. Since we have a new mail server, we need to change that
setting.

Can someone please direct me to where that is? We're running this on
an OS 10 server.

Thanks,

Bill
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Bill wrote:
Our php was installed on our server by a consultant who is no longer
available. Now, we have just moved our servers to a new location, and
the autoresponders we have written in PHP no longer work. I'm assuming
there is somewhere in the setup that holds the ip for the email
server. Since we have a new mail server, we need to change that
setting.

Can someone please direct me to where that is? We're running this on
an OS 10 server.

Thanks,

Bill


if it's custom code then it could be anywhere!

Jul 17 '05 #2

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Hi Bill!

On 9 Nov 2003 13:14:31 -0800, bi***********@gospellight.com (Bill)
wrote:
Our php was installed on our server by a consultant who is no longer
available. Now, we have just moved our servers to a new location, and
the autoresponders we have written in PHP no longer work. I'm assuming
there is somewhere in the setup that holds the ip for the email
server. Since we have a new mail server, we need to change that
setting.

Can someone please direct me to where that is? We're running this on
an OS 10 server.


I have no experience with Mac, but it should be similar to Linux. In
php.ini, you can set the commandline to the MTA (mail transport
agent). This program than determines where to transport it.

HTH, Jochen
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Jochen Daum - CANS Ltd.
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database editing interfaces.
http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpdbedittk/
Jul 17 '05 #3

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"Jochen Daum" <jo*********@cans.co.nz> a écrit dans le message news:
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Hi Bill!

On 9 Nov 2003 13:14:31 -0800, bi***********@gospellight.com (Bill)
wrote:
Our php was installed on our server by a consultant who is no longer
available. Now, we have just moved our servers to a new location, and
the autoresponders we have written in PHP no longer work. I'm assuming
there is somewhere in the setup that holds the ip for the email
server. Since we have a new mail server, we need to change that
setting.

Can someone please direct me to where that is? We're running this on
an OS 10 server.


I have no experience with Mac, but it should be similar to Linux. In
php.ini, you can set the commandline to the MTA (mail transport
agent). This program than determines where to transport it.

HTH, Jochen
--


Try to find in the code a variable called "smtp" for example !
And change the content with the news smtp server !

Marouen
Jul 17 '05 #4

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