Author: Andrew Wood Date: To: Drav Sloan CC: exim-users Subject: Re: [exim] Exim & PHP
>>Have you tried trussing the php process (following children) from >>start to finish? Or truss/strace/ktrace the exim process to see
>>what is happening? Have you though that the ending <cr><lf<.<cr><lf>
>>is not being sent and therefore exim is waiting for more input?
Yes this is the problem. It called exim with the -i option. The problem
is, if you're not using a . as the end of message deliminator, how do you
tell exim what you're using instead?
Normally with PHP you dont have to use a end of message marker, it uses
the -i option and just takes the end of the string as the end of message.
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