Re: [bang-phpug] Email using PHP
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On Thu, Apr 29, 2010 at 10:37 AM, Chaitanya Yanamadala <
> try using the phpmailer for this purpose.. this will do the all required
> I want to send all those reminder emails to users with admin@abc(dot)com
> sender , how to achieve that?--for this u can do that not any issue depends
> on how you are sending the mail.if u are using an smtp server for this
> purpose then u can do it with easy if the smtp server doesnot require any
> autentication. if u are trying to use the send mail option then u test it
> out by urself,
> for the cron issue u can do one more thing.try this
> note that i didnt tested it though..
> i have a script that would do the same but there are some changes for your
> requirements. if u require one just contact me back.i ll be happy doing
> On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 7:56 PM, dr_freako <ravindra.harige@...<ravindra.harige%40gmail.com>
> > Hi All,
> > I have a website hosted at say, abc.com and I have database of
> > users with their email id.
> > Now I want to run a logic and get a subset of the users, and send them an
> > email once a month. Something similar to reminder mail.
> > As I see, this task is divided in three sub modules-
> > 1. A PHP script with a logic which will get me that subset of users
> > 2. A sendmail($email_id) kind of function which will do the work of
> > mail to given address
> > 3. A way to schedule the execution of PHP script (of module#1) and
> > function, so that email would be sent once in a month automatically
> > I have module#1 ready but I am stuck with module #2 and #3.
> > I am new to doing mail stuff using PHP, I want to know
> > - what all things/settings I should be knowing to do send mail coding in
> > PHP
> > - I want to send all those reminder emails to users with admin@...<admin%40abc.com>
> <admin%40abc.com>as sender , how to achieve that?
> > - Any pointers to start off with this would be of great help
> > When I search on how to go about implementing module#3, I found that CRON
> > is preferred way to implement scheduling. But I enquired to my hosting
> > provider and got to know that It is not accessible to me. So please let
> > know any other alternate ways to implement the scheduling of a PHP
> > Thanks,
> > Ravi
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