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php mail() problems [was: Cpanel 7 stable release buggy?]

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by dennis, Jul 21, 2003.

  1. dennis

    dennis Well-Known Member

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    I have the same problem and I try to run

    /scripts/updatenow
    /scripts/updatephpconf

    It fixed my problem

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    cool thanks, I will try it when I got home! :D

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    it still dun work...

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    Are you using phpsuexec? If not (I don't know much about it), try restarting apache and see if the changes from /scripts/updatephpconf go into effect.

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    I can't add domains now after mine automagically updated to version 7... it's saying it's creating them on my nameserver... ???
    can you still add domains to your server?

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    no... not enabled... somebody please help! My php mail() function totally failed! :( I really regreted upgrading my cpanel :(

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    #8 casey, Jul 22, 2003
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    arrgghh i am going nuts :mad: anyway for me to downgrade back to cpanel 6?

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    Apache/php has nothing to do with the version of cPanel you are running. You really should submit a support ticket for help.

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    guess what, I recompile my apache again and it worked.

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