Yes, Eric, I wrote it before: when entering a variable that stores my E-mail SMTP server, it doesn't work (and yes, I write <?php echo $mailserver; ?> into the mail server field, and the resulting code is $WA_MailObject = WA_SecurityAssist_Definition("".$mailserver ."","25","","","","utf-8");
When I enter the SMTP server directly (mail.clubnet.tin.it), it works fine
I also printed the $mailserver variable in the HTML body, just to be sure it output the expected value, and it's all fine
I can give you the files, but it's a thing that occurs in the "password retrieval" operation, so I should give you not only the page and the WAAssist folder, but also the database too... DO you need all them?
The installed version of WA Security Assist is 1.1.8