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Thread began 6/30/2015 12:05 am by david331670 | Last modified 6/30/2015 11:38 am by Ray Borduin | 210 views | 1 replies |

david331670

Pear mail

Web Forms and shopping cart information email details from my web site hosted by melbournit. I used to send my forms vial outgoing mail server “mail.spectrum colour.com.au” I now need to authenticate the email to the outgoing mail server. Although I don’t know how to set it up but I need “PEAR Mail”. Pear is available to be installed on my web site according to the Pear button on the new cPanel/console. As per copy: Module Include Path /home/spsp1516/php Use Your Modules Add “/home/spsp1516/php” to the include path. To do this, add the following code to your script: ini_set("include_path", '/home/spsp1516/php:' . ini_get("include_path") ); I don’t know where this is to go The info in the mail setup settings pic attached with the red arrows. I need to get the correct information to put in these fields. I also need to have installed on my web site the correct “Pear” php settings/page. I don’t see anything installed,

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I don't know for sure. It may be something your hosting company can help with since it is settings specific to them.

I'd try leaving the settings in the webassist interface at their default values, and just add this to the top of the page that sends the email:

php:
ini_set("include_path", '/home/spsp1516/php:' . ini_get("include_path") );
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