You should now have the database all ready to go. Click “Run the install” to finish installing WordPress. Enter a title, username, and password for your test blog, as well as your email address, and then click “Install WordPress”. You now have a portable install of WordPress. Click “Log In” to access your WordPress admin page. Recently I found a useful PHP library called PHPMailer developed by the. Sending mail using SMTP from localhost. Hi i tried this using xampp.
I downloaded the PHPMailer v5.1 found at I found the following directories docs, examples, language, test but I didn't see any libphp-phpmailer folder. I did see the class.phpmailer.php file and I placed it in the usr/share/ folder as so: usr/share/class.phpmailer.php That didn't work, so I tried placing it in the and the public_html/includes/ folder as so: public_html/includes/class.phpmailer.php Still nothing. I have complete access to my server but I don't know what am I doing wrong. The Read Me files in the phpmailer folder talk about placing the files in a php.ini folder but I only find a php.ini file. Can anyone please help me?
Hi Frnds, As subject line I want to know how to configure mail function from XAMPP. Just edit php.ini to send via an external smtp relay? Or use something like swiftmail or sending your mail that supports multiple transports. That way your email goes outbound and will arrive on a. I am being troubled from the send mail function using phpmailer running at localhost. Die Toten Hosen Krach Der Republik Live Download. Not working running from localhost (XAMPP). INSTALL PHPMailer.
Thanks for your time. Adobe Illustrator Cs5 Tryout Crack. • or to post comments. @lost305 The libphp-phpmailer folder is not in PHPMailer; Ubuntu's installation process creates that folder and then dumps the files in there. Also, after you extract the source code for PHPMailer, you either need to add that directory to PHP's include path or configure SunMailer and tell it where PHPMailer is (see the README or docs for more info) @toypilot Where does it say you can't have a version later than 2.2.1? I'm pretty sure I've tried the latest version of PHPMailer without any issues. • or to post comments. @Mike Wacker Thank you for your reply.
I looked at the README in the PHPMailer download and I had an idea that maybe some can use.