Still, "unknown Sender" is an unresolved bug in the apps
I downloaded and used a plug in that seemed to fix the email issues I was having with JR but when using the "submit request" in the program I receive an email from "unknown sender" as was seen before via other requests.
I submitted my observation of a fix to my host / isp and they responded
Thank you for your reply and additional information.
However, we highly believe the issue is not related to PHP mail function or any SMTP plug-ins. These two features are only related to e-mails that are generated by scripts within your website in real-time. The original reported issue (simple mail forwarding) is managed by the mail server exclusively and does not involve any web server components (e.g. PHP scripts / SMTP plug-ins).
That being said, we are glad to hear that the issue has been resolved."
This suggests that there is an actual bug in the JR and Clasipress s/w as problems that are very similar have been reported in both. Should not be hard to pin down - but it is becoming apparent that this is a application s/w problem and not a "host" email configuration issue.
Pepsi - you have all my log in info so pleae feel free to use me as a Guinea Pig to assist in getting this fixed. Together we will fix this!
Mark - VancouverGameJobs.ca
Last edited by mstrong; December 30th, 2010 at 05:29 AM.