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I want to use the Formmailer from Matt's Script Archive . One entry you have to make is the place of the sendmail prog. I DON'T THINK I HAVE THAT PROG ON MY SERVER ? SO I HAVE TO CONFIGURE IT , I SUPPOSE ? Where can I find that . I already downloaded a file sendmail. tar.gz , there were a lot of subdir's and readme 's , but what do I have to include really ?
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On a UNIX server (it appears this is the case) you most likely do have a sendmail program. To determine the location of the program try using on of the following command:
which sendmail
whereis sendmail

Then copy the results into your configuration.
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Can I execute the command whereis with an ftp browser ?
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