|Reported by:||haberb||Owned by:||roundcube|
On my server, at 34sp, safe mode is in effect. I do not have smtp access, so I was hoping to use the mail function. In their safe mode setup, the extra paramater sent to sendmail -fEtc. or to that effect, cannot be passed. I'm thinking this is a common setup. Doesn't look like it's completely necessary to send with this method though, as taking it out allows me to do everything I need it to. Additionaly, on virtual hosting i've found that the user uploading the file is different than the common apache user that PHP runs, so it will not be able to log any errors. It will fail with a message unless the file is 777, which isnt' a great idea (yeah, i know, it's just a log). However, if the file is created by the script itself, it can use tighter permissions because the owner is now apache. Of course, you would need a 777 directory to allow this. Could be useful in an initial install script though. Something to think about.
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