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Old 28th November 2005, 05:11
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Default postfix - php -mysql setup problems!!

hello, here goes, I need some help from someone with a bigger brain!! mine is exhausted after getting through the how-to for fedora 4!! (great job on that by the way!!)

so far, things have worked, I have ISPConig running and am able to setup and serve multiple sites in a static environment.

so my next challenge is to get active pages and mail happening.....which is were I'm stalling. I can't get a php script to process, (formemail) and I'm not sure where to start and diagnose. mail doesn't seem to work either, are there any more detailed checks I can run?

as I said, I followed the perfect setup and things have been good until now, I'm just not sure where to go from here!!

thanks in advance, and sorry for the ignorance.
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