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email doesn't send

Thread began 8/24/2010 2:12 pm by tmcbinc99963 | Last modified 8/30/2010 4:03 pm by tmcbinc99963 | 2050 views | 13 replies


no session info; no email; server appears ok

I added the session code if(!session_id()) session_start(); at top of form page only, then form/formresults pages, then formresults page only - none of the three ways returns session info. Nothing has worked since moving the variable info to form page.

Not sure I understand what results I'm supposed to be getting with the session test. The top link returns Session Test = test in the body; php?test=test in the url.
Second link returns same in body, but goes back to sessionTest.php in url.
Session ID is same on initial page load and also after clicking both links.
Is this correct?

Checked with the host provider,, and the emails are being sent correctly to the address in my form mail, They also included the following in their reply, not sure if it means anything to you:

Aug 27 12:38:07 ps08 qmail-queue-handlers[17995]:
Aug 27 12:38:07 ps08 qmail-queue-handlers[17995]: recipient[3] = ''
Aug 27 12:38:07 ps08 qmail-queue-handlers[17995]: handlers dir = '/usr/local/psa/handlers/before-queue/recipient/'
Aug 27 12:38:07 ps08 qmail: 1282927087.344038 starting delivery 12292: msg 993067423 to remote

They suggested I check with att, which is the server the email is redirected to in the 'return path'; but I'm getting all other emails to that address except for the form posts from Is the wizard set up correctly?

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