MediaWiki not sending email

Running 1.16.2 of Mediawiki and it isn't sending emails -- it gives a server 500 error. log says
[07-Mar-2011 16:07:29] PHP Warning:  require_once(Mail.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in D:\inetpub\Marketing\w\includes\UserMailer.php on line 119
[07-Mar-2011 16:07:29] PHP Fatal error:  require_once(): Failed opening required 'Mail.php' (include_path='D:\inetpub\Marketing\w;D:\inetpub\Marketing\w/includes;D:\inetpub\Marketing\w/languages;.;C:\php\pear') in D:\inetpub\Marketing\w\includes\UserMailer.php on line

i have pear installed but there isn't a mail.php file anywhere on the server. in reality i don't want to use pear, i want to use my own smtp server which i have setup in LocalSettings.php and php.ini via the ip address.
how do i get this to work?
thanks
Sandy
quigleyryanAsked:
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Kent WConnect With a Mentor Sr. Network / Systems AdminCommented:
Without a local SMTP server installed, you don't.  Welcome to PHP on Windows.
You can install IIS's SMTP server and use it as "localhost" in your config files, and that should work fine.

Those settings are for *nix based boxes, and without some local mail function, it just doesn't happen.
CDONTS and Blat or other options.
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quigleyryanAuthor Commented:
i have the iis smtp server configured on the server.
i changed the php.ini from the mailserver ip to localhost
my LocalSettings.php has the ip address of my mail server

i could have sworn this worked on 1.15 but it sure doesn't on 1.16.2
do you have an example of the LocalSettings.php that works -- just need the SMTP stuff (I think)
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quigleyryanAuthor Commented:
got it to work - had to run a few more pear commands.. don't ask me why i couldn't get it to use iis smtp - but you know... i hate freeware stuff...
thanks for your help -- i will give you the points, because you were nice enough to help
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Kent WSr. Network / Systems AdminCommented:
I just saw both of your replies, busy day!  I'm glad you got it working.  Glad I could point you in a generally right direction.  Thanks!
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