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EMail Problems

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by stugster, Jul 24, 2005.

  1. stugster

    stugster Well-Known Member

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    The error people are getting on the phpBB forums reads as follows: -

    'Failed sending email :: PHP :: DEBUG MODE Line : 234 File : emailer.php'



    This is a new server, so I don't really have any ideas as to why it would be doing this. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated :)

    Cheers
     
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    stugster Well-Known Member

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    Did help, thanks a lot!

    Turns out that I was being incredibly stupid (well not entirely!).

    Sendmail wasn't even installed at all. Absolutely no trace of it whatsoever.


    So, I just installed it. DUH!
     
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    When you say that you installed sendmail, I presume that you do not mean that you installed the whole MTA Sendmail? Because, if you did, you should remove it, since cPanel uses the exim MTA. If the /usr/sbin/sendmail binary was missing, then all you needed to do was to run:

    /scripts/eximup --force
     
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