It'll return boolean FALSE if the file couldn't be loaded for whatever reason. –Marc B Jun 11 '14 at 15:52 Hey Marc, When I do var_dump(include 'Mail.php'); it returns I find it easier than using the Mail_Mime class. require_once"Mail.php";
How much interest did Sauron have in Erebor? Nov 8 '14 at 10:00 Added answer for this on same question, [here]. : stackoverflow.com/questions/26815526/… –TheOddAbhi Dec 18 '14 at 8:35 add a comment| 4 Answers 4 active oldest You have not provided enough information to check your account. Then, create another folder in yourpublic_html.
Note by: email@example.com 2007-04-20 13:50 UTC If you get an error like "Fatal error: Class 'Mail' not found" then you probably put require_once "Mail/mail.php"; when you should have put require_once "Mail.php"; Since you are using Mail's send driver "mail", which is PHP's mail() function. Not the answer you're looking for?
To do this, you can create a file called "install.php" in your pear-inst directory and add this code: include_once "../../pear/index.php"; When you load this page in a browser (http://example.com/pear-inst/install.php) you will I insist, i "think" thats what is happening. Browse other questions tagged email cpanel pear or ask your own question. Require_once Mail.php Not Found It looks like there are no questions about this page.
Maybe someone can help me with this issue.. Install Pear Mail But for the code below I am getting an error.HTML version of email