PHP Mail Functions
PHP Mail Introduction
The mail() function allows you to send emails directly from a script.
For the mail functions to be available, PHP requires an installed and working
email system. The program to be used is defined by
the configuration settings in the php.ini file.
The mail functions are part of the PHP core. There is no installation
needed to use these functions.
The behavior of the mail functions is affected by settings in the php.ini
Mail configuration options:
||Windows only: The DNS name or IP address of the SMTP
||Windows only: The SMTP port number. Available since PHP 4.3
||Windows only: Specifies the "from" address to be used
in email sent from PHP
||Unix systems only: Specifies where the sendmail program can be found (usually /usr/sbin/sendmail
PHP Mail Functions
PHP: indicates the earliest version of PHP that supports the
||Calculates the hash value needed by the EZMLM mailing
||Allows you to send emails directly from a script
PHP Mail Constants
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