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Hi i am using OS win2003 and php5. i need a script to send mail with (single) attachment, i have tried many script it is not working. The simple script
mail($to,$from,$title,$body,"From:$from\r\nReply-To:abc@zxy.com"); also not working. Please help me.
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Use this
http://phpmailer.sourceforge.net/

you can refer the examples providen in this site
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