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Using PHP to send mail [message #160401] Tue, 01 September 2009 12:32 Go to previous message
wittrs is currently offline  wittrs   United States
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Does anyone have any idea how php could email a message for me? I already have script that gets into the mailbox, grabs each mail, and pipes it over to the maillist.php file. But I would also like each mail to be automatically mailed somewhere.

Any help out there?

(Let me explain the reason why. I'm trying to "wash" Yahoo ads out of our maillist. FudForum gets rid of the junk in the email. If I could only get the junk-free portion of the mail to be automatically sent to list members, I'd accomplish my goal. I could simply set their group subscriptions to "no mail" to avoid double-mails, and would be, instead, sending "washed" email to them. The group would benefit from not having to put up with the ads).

All I need is the syntax for simple send mail command

Thanks and regards.
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