i am using mail() function to send mail through my website.The mail() function does not give any error but the email is not send to the receivers end.what would be the problem behind it?
on 06/29/2012 – Made popular on 06/29/2012
I have an HTC Desire S on which I accessfive different e-mail accounts with different hosts, BT, GMail, and Hotmail. They are all exhibiting the same behaviour.
When I send an e-mail, it gives me the message 'Unable to send email' and the mail stays in the Out Box. However, the mail has been sent and goes on being sent again every time that it tries to re-send, as it thinks it has failed.
My litle problem is about mail() function in PHP, it doesnt want to send emails, to my local server, or anywhere else. I don't think that function was supposed to send mail to adresses like: [email protected];
So I've installed a mail server: hmailserver, I installed a client: dream-mail; I installed sendmaill.exe;
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