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I would strongly recommend against using PHP's built-in mail() functionality,
as it is often difficult to hand-craft messages that will be delivered
correctly rather than rejected by spam filters, create multipart HTML messages
(if that is your need) and configure on a server where you don't have good
access. It's also difficult to troubleshoot failed deliveries, especially when
delivering via a 3rd party SMTP service configured in php.ini as you would
need to do on windows.
I second the recommendation for PHPMailer; for situations like yours where you
don't have good administrative access to the SMTP delivery chain. All of its
configuration lives within your code, and it provides good error reporting and
debugging features, which are very lacking in mail().
On Fri, 26 Feb 2016, Park, Sarah said:
> Did you try PhpMailer? It includes SMTP functionality.
> Sarah Park
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