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PHP 5.4 Form on IIS 7 - Win2008

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Hi.

I have installed PHP 5.4 on a Win2008 using IIS 7.0.
I'm a newbie to PHP.

Here's my problem:
I'm trying to submit a PHP form but it never redirects to my Thank You page.
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I assume it has to do with the mail function in the php.ini file or how IIS 7 interprets the SMTP.
Has anyone experienced an issue with trying to Submit a PHP form using IIS7?

If anyone can help me that would be great ----
Thanks in Advance.
Stephane
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All that works fine on IIS7 if it is set up properly.  If you are trying to use the 'mail()' function in PHP, it requires a local SMTP server.  IIS7 does not install one automatically.  You have to go to the IIS Admin and install it separately.
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