Wait, to enable the function you added "proc_open" to disable_functions and it started working?Hello
Yes, I solved it.
Software --> MultiPHP INI Editor --> Editor Mode, Then select your PHP version
Then search for (disable_functions)
add (proc_ope) on line and save
I want to enable it. I had not written it in the line for disable_functions but it still gives me the error.
Actually, I donot have this account of mine. I have to deploy a website of someone else. Just found out that they have a cpanel account on hostingmadeeasy.com. Could it be because of this?I'm sorry to hear that isn't working well, although that is something I would normally expect to be enabled by default.
Your user profile indicates that you do not have root access to the server, so the best way to get this resolved would be to speak with your hosting provider or datacenter to have them check the PHP settings on their end for you. If you do have root access, you could open a ticket with our support team using the link in my signature and we'd be happy to take a look at the machine for you.
Alright. Thanks a lot. Is there any other way to skip the use of proc_open, and still be able to send mails?It's totally possible there are additional restrictions in place by that specific hosting provider, but that isn't something we would know on our end. If you can speak with them they should be able to tell you what is happening with the PHP configuration.
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