I am trying to work through some of the Wellington and Thomson book on PHP and MySQL - I am trying to process a mail feedback form and I get the following error:
Warning: mail(): SMTP server response: 451 See http://pobox.com/~djb/docs/smtplf.html. in C:Documents and SettingsRLaneMy DocumentsWeb SitesLocalhostInDevelopmentWellingtonSource4processfeedback.php on line 14 ....
I used a template for my website; xml with deep linking sort of website. According to the creator, all I had to was work with the contact form variable and the php should work as is. But here's what I got when I tested it:
Warning: mail() [function.mail]: SMTP server response: 503 RCPT first (#5.5.1) in D:Hosting5972300html\_fileslackvelvet_contact.php on line 33
Warning: mail() [function.mail]: SMTP server response: 503 RCPT first (#5.5.1) in D:Hosting5972300html\_fileslackvelvet_contact.php on line 37 &emailstatus=1
I'm making e-mailing with php script and i setup mailtraq mailserver this thing is just a lil confusing to me first thing i want to know if i can use apache instead of this as mail server second when i wrote my script with that mail function i received an error this is it :
Warning: mail() [function.mail]: SMTP server response: 550 5.7.1 Unable to relay for email@example.com in D:wampwww1stmail.php on line 2
what's that mean if this means that the mail server not configured right...SO third how to use or configure this server to use as my mail server. Code:
I get this any time I try to send an email to someone that IS NOT in the domain of the company:
Warning: mail() [function.mail]: SMTP server response: 503 This mail server requires authentication when attempting to send to a non-local e-mail address. Please check your mail client settings or contact your administrator to verify that the domain or address is defined for this server. in corpevent.php on line 21
I have it setup like this (I removed the email address domain...but its correct in the code):
// INI Settings // ini_set(sendmail_from,"firstname.lastname@example.org"); ini_set(SMTP,"mail.domain.com"); ini_set(smtp_port,"25");
Im trying to send mail through SMTP using gmails smtp server. But the problem is I get a Failed to connect error. I dont know what I'm doing wrong. Perhaps someone could give insight of why the problem is occurringHere is my code:
I am new to php, trying to make a simple form that emails when submitted. It works fine on my own server, but when I try it on my work server I get:
Warning: mail() [function.mail]: SMTP server response: 550 Authentication is required for relay in C:inetpubwwwrootOMCestimate3.php on line 159 here are the headers: $headers = "From: email@example.com "; $headers .= "X-Mailer: PHP4
And finally, the error message output when it fails:
[02-Mar-2003 12:01:31] PHP Warning: mail() [http://www.php.net/function.mail]: SMTP server response: 530 authentication required - for help go to http://help.yahoo.com/help/us/mail/pop/pop-11.html in c:apachehtdocsmail.php on line 11
I am having some serious issues that i cannot figure out, i am using a script which i purchased and my site is supposed to send confirmation links once members register. The script uses the basic php mail function but is not sending nothing out after members signup, not sure if maybe i need to put in smtp settins somewhere in the php file or whats going on. I edited the file a little bit and i am getting error message:
Warning: mail() [function.mail]: SMTP server response: 513 5.0.0 Your email system must authenticate before sending mail. in D:wwweazygirls4umail.php on line 24 Attached is mail file i am working with, also i am using authsmtp as my external smtp server.
I used dreamweaver as a tools for php coding..and Im using php version 4.3.3, Apache 2.0.47(win32) and MySQL as database. I found a problem with php mail() and the error says like this ;- Warning: mail(): Failed to connect to mailserver at "localhost" port 25, verify your "SMTP" and "smtp_port" setting in php.ini or use ini_set().
I want to know how it is possible to set up a mail server so people can sign up to my site and get their own email account. For example like gmail or hotmail and yahoo. Is this possible I have GoDaddy.
I have made any test with high volume sent with mail() and with direct STMP connection I monitoring under WHM of my server the QUEUE (under mail queue manager)With the first (mail()) I see only 20% in the queue, other is sent immediately With the SMTP I see 100% on the queue and I must send manually (with delivery now) and sent is really slowly.
I've never seen a clear and useful post about setting up an SMTP server and getting the mail function to work properly.
Some info about my system: Windows XP Home (SP2) Apache 2.0.XX PHP 5 MySQL 4.1 ActivePerl 5.8.7 (If anyone knows how to set this up with apache, please send me a pm, thanks)
I'd really like if someone could post a few links or someinfo on how to set up php's mail stuff
From what responses I've gotten in the past, I think I need an SMTP server installed on my computer, when I googled, the only results that I seemed to get were servers I would have to pay for. I'd also like to know about configuring PHP's mail functions (php.ini options) so that it will work corectly.....
I have written a php site that uses the mail() on windows and i had to state in the php.ini file which smtp server to use.
have now migrated this site to a redhat 9 server, but i still want the emails to be sent via the smtp server i stated earlier.
this may infact be a sendmail question, im not sure, (perhaps changing sendmail_path in php.ini) but has anyone managed to send email via mail() in php, on a linux box, that uses an external smtp server?
I am developing a simple webmail client for IMAP-based email services using PHP's IMAP library, and I was wondering if there was any way to specify the SMTP server to use when sending an outgoing message, so that the message will be placed in the user's Sent mailbox when they are logged into their IMAP account. I saw that their is an imap_mail() function however it looks from the docs like it is just basically an alias for the normal mail() function, or am I wrong in assumming that?