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PHP Mail not sending mail to itnernal email address

Running a PHP mail script on Linux which has Exchange as the mail
server.
The script does not send mail to any internal email address but sends
it to any other address outside its domain!
Can somebody please help...

Thanks
Tanya
www.bluent.co.in
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10/13/2003 5:29:04 AM
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Hello,

On 10/13/2003 03:29 AM, Tanya wrote:
> Running a PHP mail script on Linux which has Exchange as the mail
> server.
> The script does not send mail to any internal email address but sends
> it to any other address outside its domain!
> Can somebody please help...

If the message is not delivered, it is probably being rejected and you 
should get a bounce in the return address.

If you do not get a bounce, maybe your Linux server is still retrying 
and the message is trapped in a queue.

To analyse your problem and have a quick answer to what it can be, you 
may want to try this class that comes with a wrapper function named 
smtp_mail(). It emulates the mail() function so you can replace it 
without further changes.

You just need to set it to direct delivery mode, so it tries to send to 
your Exchange server immediately instead of leaving in your local queue.

If the message is rejected, you will get a self-explanatory error 
message that can tell you what is going on.

http://www.phpclasses.org/mimemessage

You also need this:

http://www.phpclasses.org/smtpclass


-- 

Regards,
Manuel Lemos

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

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mlemos (662)
10/13/2003 6:59:27 AM
Hello,

On 10/13/2003 03:29 AM, Tanya wrote:
> Running a PHP mail script on Linux which has Exchange as the mail
> server.
> The script does not send mail to any internal email address but sends
> it to any other address outside its domain!
> Can somebody please help...

If the message is not delivered, it is probably being rejected and you 
should get a bounce in the return address.

If you do not get a bounce, maybe your Linux server is still retrying 
and the message is trapped in a queue.

To analyse your problem and have a quick answer to what it can be, you 
may want to try this class that comes with a wrapper function named 
smtp_mail(). It emulates the mail() function so you can replace it 
without further changes.

You just need to set it to direct delivery mode, so it tries to send to 
your Exchange server immediately instead of leaving in your local queue.

If the message is rejected, you will get a self-explanatory error 
message that can tell you what is going on.

http://www.phpclasses.org/mimemessage

You also need this:

http://www.phpclasses.org/smtpclass


-- 

Regards,
Manuel Lemos

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

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mlemos (662)
10/13/2003 6:59:49 AM
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