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HI Experts,

I am trying to use PEAR for the first time, and when I send email, I  just get a blank screen without any error messages. As well, honestly, I do not know if I have PEAR setup correctly and I am also using PHP under IIS7.  Maybe I need to open a port or something.

Any suggestions will be helpful.
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PEAR - PHP Extension and Application Repository implies that you are using PHP.
Maybe I need to open a port or something. Nope

You do have to setup IIS to use php properly.  The easiest way to do this is using the web platform installer
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Can I get a simple PEAR script to test.

Also, under phpInfo(), is there anything to look for that indicates that PEAR is installed?
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