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Problems with mail()

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I'm just tinkering with PHP and learning the basics ; all well and good
so far, except I can't get mail() to work.

I'm running Apache 2 & PHP 4.3.9, and ssmtp on Gentoo. ssmtp is set up
correctly (I can use "sendmail" in evolution fine).

When I post from PHP it seems to work ok except it's emailed to
ap**** (according to my log). I've tried setting
the sendmail directory option in php.ini to /usr/lib/sendmail & that
doesn't work either..... I'm mystified.

Am I doing something obviously wrong ?
Any ideas ?


$msg = "Name: $_POST[name]\n";
$msg .= "E-Mail: $_POST[email]\n";
$msg .= "Message: $_POST[message]\n";

$recipient = "au******";
$subject = "Form submission results";
$mailheaders = "From: My Web Site <au******> \n";
$mailheaders = "Reply-To: $_POST[email]";
$mailheaders = ""; // this line in or out makes no odds ....
mail($recipient,$subject,$msg,$mailheaders) or die("Failed to send");

print "Message sent successfully.<br>";

Jul 17 '05 #1
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Paul Robson <au******> wrote in
$recipient = "au******";


$recipient = "<au******>";
Jul 17 '05 #2

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