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PHP 5 & SMTP

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Anyone know if PHP 5 has built in support for communicating with SMTP
servers that require a username and password?

Right now, as everyone knows, PHP 4 has built in support for
communicating with SMTP servers that do not require a username and
password, but in order to communicate with those that do, one needs to
do a lot of extra stuff ... and publically available classes to handle
the communication do exist.

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Jul 17 '05 #1
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Hello,

On 11/10/2003 10:51 PM, Eric wrote:
Anyone know if PHP 5 has built in support for communicating with SMTP
servers that require a username and password?

Right now, as everyone knows, PHP 4 has built in support for
communicating with SMTP servers that do not require a username and
password, but in order to communicate with those that do, one needs to
do a lot of extra stuff ... and publically available classes to handle
the communication do exist.

AFAIK, no. PHP 5 is mostly just PHP 4 with Zend Engine 2.

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Manuel Lemos

Free ready to use OOP components written in PHP
http://www.phpclasses.org/

Jul 17 '05 #2

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