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php mail() return value question

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by zoltanpaszinger, Feb 15, 2013.

  1. zoltanpaszinger

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    Hello,

    on my server there is a limit to sending 100 mails/hour
    what is the php mail() return value if user reaches the hourly limit? true or false?

    thank you

    Zoltan
     
  2. Jeff Shotnik

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    The mail() function will continue to work as normal. The email will still go into Exim's queue - from there Exim decides if the email can be sent or not. mail() isn't going to return anything different.
     
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