can't send a mail
Date: 10 Dec 2003 11:21:17 -0800
I don't know where my problem is. Hopefully someone can give me
some hint to explore the problem more. I am running Apache 2.0.48
wih PHP 4.3.4. The apache is running as nobody. I want to use the
mail() to send out the email from a web page but it can't work. The
web server is on the red hat linux 9.0 with rpm sendmail-8.12.8-9.90
In the begining, I got the error message, 'SYSERR(nobody) can not
write to queue directory /var/spool/clientmqueue/ when I use the
mail(). I kind of make some progress if not worse to follow the
sendmail/SECURITY. I don't see the error message above anymore.
However, the mail does not go out. Here is what I get in maillog now.
Dec 9 20:48:32 flash sendmail: hBA1mWr6007859: from=nobody,
size=112, class=0, nrcpts=0,
I can use sendmail "address" to send out the email from my personal
accout. Any one help?
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