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Bug #320 Bug in mail() function
Submitted: 1998-04-27 11:06 UTC Modified: 1998-04-27 11:58 UTC
From: be at shonline dot de Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Other
PHP Version: 3.0 Latest CVS OS: any unix
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [1998-04-27 11:06 UTC] be at shonline dot de
when there is no sendmail_path
defined in php3.ini
the default path found by the configure script
is ignored and a program named " -t" is called
to deliver mail
(which is actually the sendmail -t parameter)


by the way: is it really neccessary to call
sendmail by -t?

any lightweight sendmail simulation/wrapper
which is usually sensible in chrooted cgi
environments could do the mta job if only
php wouldn't call by -t

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 [1998-04-27 11:58 UTC] zeev
This isn't exactly a bug, you're not supposed to specify
empty values for that key.  nonetheless, I changed it
to ensure that the value is indeed unempty if it exists.
I also changed it so that the value supplied in the
php3.ini file is the full command line, that is, -t will
not be added to it (the default is still sendmail -t, 
and you can also specify arguments in the sendmail_path
directive in php3.ini)

 
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