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Error Using Mail Function Of Php

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Hi,

I am trying to test if I can send an email from my php form to my email to send some information which I fill in my html form.

by clicking on submit button i receive the Waring:

 

"Warning: mail() [function.mail]: "sendmail_from" not set in php.ini or custom "From:" header missing in C:\xampp\htdocs\projectinteractive\process.php on line 24"

and I get no email with information

 

I have searched for php.ini file but I couldent find it.

 

do you have any idea?

 

thanks

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It's been a while but I don't know if you can send email from a local XAMPP install. You could really test your script if you try it on a live server.

 

Stefan

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It's been a while but I don't know if you can send email from a local XAMPP install. You could really test your script if you try it on a live server.

 

Stefan

 

which other functionalities are not supported in local XAMPP install?

do you have a list.

 

Asghar

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which other functionalities are not supported in local XAMPP install?

do you have a list.

 

Asghar

 

I don't have this list. But from my experience, I only found sending email to be problematic - everything else worked fine.

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