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Subject:body and subject in array
Summary:what is var $maximum_piped_recipients=100;
Date:2007-09-10 11:21:13
Update:2007-09-13 06:02:50
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  11. Re: body and subject in array   Reply   Report abuse  
Picture of Mandakini Mandakini - 2007-09-13 05:16:16 - In reply to message 10 from Manuel Lemos
I talked to support and they told
A) "we have already have a symbolic link in /usr/lib/sendmail"

B)sendmail command path is at /usr/sbin/sendmail they send me this command line output for my confirmation.

root@ns70 [~]# ls -li /usr/sbin/sendmail
5484909 -rwxr-sr-x 1 root mailtrap 10524 Sep 2 07:20

above output says erery thing is fine but still my script not working. If I uncomment below lines from test_personalized_bulk_mail.php
* require_once("sendmail_message.php");
* $email_message=new sendmail_message_class;
* $email_message->delivery_mode=SENDMAIL_DELIVERY_QUEUE;

result comes OK but not able to receive emails

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Picture of Manuel Lemos Manuel Lemos - 2007-09-13 06:02:50 - In reply to message 11 from Mandakini
The sendmail_message_class will only work if you are actually using sendmail on your server.

Anyway, if you use the SENDMAIL_DELIVERY_QUEUE makes the messages be stored in the MTA queue and only try to deliver later.

If the message is not delivered due to some problem, it remains in the queue for a few days and it bounces.

You need to use the mailq command from the shell to see if the message is still in the queue and if there is any error while attempting to deliver.

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