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Email Failure

Thread began 6/28/2010 2:12 pm by davewosborn408554 | Last modified 7/21/2010 9:44 am by davewosborn408554 | 2780 views | 10 replies


php.ini settings

That's what I thought too. I checked them and made sure I was in the live file. I think they are correct as "localhost" and 25. Since email is failing I tried numerous other settings that I did not think would work - but I'm just trying anything I can think of. I tried stuff like I tried all manner of settings in the UE Create Email Message Window too. Nothing I've tried works when using UE.

I can send emails locally (uses Windows Live Mail) and on the Yahoo host using a simple mailto inserted into pages with Dreamweaver, as follows:

<a href=" Us&">

Is there any code I can insert into my page using UE to gather more info about what is going on in UE?

When I Status Apache it shows SMTP Service and IPv6 are Deactivated. When I try send an email with Mercury Mail it fails: < Error! The message was not successfully sent!> Did not care since I don't plan to use it. Not sure if that is a clue or irrelevant.

Thanks for any help. I need to persist and get this to work but am at a loss since it seems so simple - yet fails.

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