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Incoming Mail and PHP

It's time to learn how to generate a mail system using the PHP language. What do we need to consider? How to we setup the system? Gijs will answer these questions and more in this article.

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By: Gijs van Tulder
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July 25, 2003
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Incoming Mail and PHP
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We all know how to send email from PHP. Actually, it's quite easy: mail("to@me", "Hello", "Hello"); Handling mail the other way, sending email to PHP is a task much more unknown. In this article, we will write and install a script that we can send an email to.
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