Send a mail using SMTP in PHP

1. First create a instance of smtp server. $smtp_server = fsockopen("smtp.yourdomain.com", 25, $errno, $errstr, 30); 2. Check for errors while connecting to mail server. if(!$smtp_server) { // We have an error, do something exit; } 3. Now write the headers in following way fwrite($smtp_server, "HELLO\r\n"); fwrite($smtp_server, "MAIL FROM: fwrite($smtp_server, "RCPT TO: fwrite($smtp_server, "DATA\r\n"); fwrite($smtp_server, "Received: from yourdomain.com by anydomain.com ;\r\n"); fwrite($smtp_server, "Date: Thu, 03 Jan 2006 12:33:22 -0700\r\n"); fwrite($smtp_server, "From: Me fwrite($smtp_server, "Subject: Good Morning\r\n"); fwrite($smtp_server, "To: to@anydomain.com\r\n"); fwrite($smtp_server, "\r\nHi Dear:\r\nHow are you ?\r\n\r\n Me.\r\n"); 4. Dont forget to write QUIT at the end. fwrite($smtp_server, ".\r\nQUIT\r\n"); 5. Close the connection. fclose($smtp_server);

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