That's normal. You may supply arguments as well default: "sendmail -t -i". It should work.
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Already have an account? Windows simply does not provide the sendmail statement There is a simple trick to get this to work though; 1 Download or use the attached file sendmail.
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Go to the [mail function] section and modify it as such: [mail function] ; For Win32 only. You may supply arguments as well default: "sendmail -t -i". These parameters will always replace the value of ; the 5th parameter to mail , even in safe mode. Obviously mail. Now you're good to go and use the PHP mail statement as if you're a Unix user It will obviously NOT work with your live site!
Go to System , Global Configuration and click on the Server tab. This may also hold true for some Joomla! Fortunately, there is a way to use MailCatcher with it.
You will need to edit your php. The easiest way to find where your php. As noted above, some extensions might not go through Joomla! You should set up php. If you are using a plugin which overrides the mail configuration you will need to disable it. Father, husband, cat herder and geek.
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Proudly uses all major Operating Systems on desktop and mobile. View more posts. Yes great tool, being not afraid to use the command line I start it with mailcatcher. Great post anyway!