Last updated on 28 Sep 2023, 10:32:35.
A well known problem when sending e-mails through webservers is the wrong From: address that by default points to the server's name. This can cause some problems: mails never arrive, replies are sent to a non active or not actively checked mailbox and bounces may arrive at the hosting company or worse disappear in the bitbucket.
In PHP it is relatively easy to fix:
<?php mail('firstname.lastname@example.org', 'subject', 'message', null, '-f email@example.com'); ?>
The last parameter ' -f ' allows you to specify the From: address for the sendmail function.
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