[FX.php List] fx.php and PHP Logging

Jonathan Schwartz jonathan at eschwartz.com
Wed Sep 13 08:29:08 MDT 2006

Actually,  it worked fine.  Using Timbuktu to the Server, I used 
Terminal to Telnet an SMTP session and sent myself an email.  No 

This seems to be boiling down to how mail() is talking to "the next 
guy".  And that is part of the confusion: Is it sendmail (I never 
installed sendmail). Or is it Postfix, which I understand is an 
"alias" for the same thing?

Will look into mail -setup .

Is there a way to simply reinstall some small part of the code?  It 
worked fine "out-of-the-box".


At 4:04 PM +0200 9/13/06, Gjermund Gusland Thorsen wrote:
>And if you are not able to do as jason suggests,
>you most likely have a problem in your mail() -setup, php.ini perhaps?
>On 9/13/06, Jason LEWIS <jasonlewis at weber.edu> wrote:
>>Jonathan, you can try telneting to the mail server from the problem box.
>>  Try "telnet mailserver.example.com 25".  You should see a 220
>>mailserver.example.com version line.  Just type quit and it should exit
>>for you.
>>>>>  Jonathan Schwartz <jonathan at eschwartz.com> 09/12/2006 2:47 PM >>>
>>Hi Folks,
>>Sorry for the persistence.  I'm still dark on getting mail() to work.
>>I'm looking for logs that I can revieve for clues.  There are no
>>error messages being generated on screen by php. Setting is:
>>          error_reporting (E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE);
>>What else can I do/Where else can I look for what the problem is?
>>Jonathan Schwartz
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Jonathan Schwartz
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