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PHP Send Email

by on October 20, 2008 · 11 comments

Q. How do I send an email using PHP and Apache webserver under Linux / UNIX operating systems? How do I send email from a PHP Script?

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Q. My log files grow continuously. How do I limit the growth of UNIX log files stored in /usr/spool/ or /var/log/ directory?

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Q. I had written lots of code in C for my school work and saved it as source code under /home/user/c/*.c and *.h. How do I find files by content such as string or words (function name such as main() under UNIX shell prompt?

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Q. I’d like to send email to user@example.com instead of default root user. How do I change email settings under crontab file?
Q. I’d like to send email to user@example.com instead of default root user. How do I change email settings under crontab file?

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Q. I need to sort data from a log file but there are too many duplicate lines. How do I remove all duplicate lines from a text file under GNU/Linux?

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Q. Some service provider guarantees 99.999% uptime for their service. Can you explain meaning of five nines?

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Q. How do I create username or user groups in upper case under Linux / *BSD / UNIX operating systems?

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