Ok so I built a PHP order form that serves a dual purpose, it can be submitted electronically and then printed out and mailed it with the actual payment. Problem is the item name isnt showing up, even though everything else is. Look here for code,http://www.scribd.com/doc/25537386 Any ideas would help, I'm stuck..
Considerations when adding a periodic email update function to my website (with PHP's mail() function)
I'm planning to add a feature to my website that will allow users to request periodic updates by email. I've cobbled together a little PHP script that uses the mail() function. It works perfectly when I test it myself, but I have no idea how this will work when released to a signficant number of users. [more inside]
Does gmail not like the multipart/alternative MIME type? [more inside]
phpList: seriously, wtf? [more inside]
I have an idea for yet another hairbrained social networking website (which paradoxically might hit it big :-) ). I've coded most of it up on a linux server using apache, php, mysql at softlayer.com. The hostname is registered at godaddy (which I can change if desirable). What's the minimum I need to do the following (I'd rather work on the website application logic and learn as little as possible about mail server administration for now): [more inside]
I'm looking for some sort of Web-Based-Mail system that I can install on my server that I would be able to interface through PHP or Ruby. [more inside]
Is there anyway to have MT use PHP's built-in mail function, instead of SMTP or sendmail to send me my forgotten password?
Is there anyway to have MT use PHP's built-in mail function, instead of SMTP or sendmail to send me my forgotten password? [more inside] [more inside]