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    Default Not receiving e-mails coming from web based form

    We are using a web based form (.php) for customers to fill in with their info which then gets sent to us. This form works with other web based e-mail clients such as g-mail, but it seems as though Zimbra is blocking these e-mails. I am in no way a programmer and am not familiar w/ PHP. I have attached the form as a text file in case anybody has any ideas.

    Much thanks in advance.
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    How is the form being sent to the server? As a client using login or a another server trying to deliver to a local account? It sounds like some of the smtp rules are probably not being met. ie. - DNS checking? The logs should tell you why the rejection.

    I have a similar setup and for ease I added the Web server's IP address to my trusted IP's. Some might say this is dangerous but I don't expect this web server to be comprimised (obviously) which is the only possible way for a problem.

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    $recip = '' . ', ';
    $recip .= '';
    $recip .= '';
    Should there be another comma in the second line to separate the last two addresses?

    If not are you able to get the error reurned from the mail() function, or check the logs on the Zimbra server at the time you process the form?
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