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Warning: fsockopen() has been disabled for security reasons in /www/789mb.com/c/a/n/candybond/htdocs/store/admin/includes/classes/class.smtp.php on li


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I want to run my email Externally(not my osCommerce host). I loaded the contribution "smtp-auth-update", edited the smtp_sql.sql file (to my smtp settings) and now when I try to send mail I get this:

 

Warning: fsockopen() has been disabled for security reasons in /www/789mb.com/c/a/n/candybond/htdocs/store/admin/includes/classes/class.smtp.php on line 93

 

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /www/789mb.com/c/a/n/candybond/htdocs/store/admin/includes/classes/class.smtp.php:93) in /www/789mb.com/c/a/n/candybond/htdocs/store/admin/includes/functions/general.php on line 17

 

 

[i know thta fsockopen() is disabled with the host because its a Free Server, thats why I want to us an External SMTP]

 

Do you have Any Ideas or directions I can follow to patch it up?

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If it's not allowed server side you got no chance to override it. But anyways, you're trying to make money with your shop but refuse to spent some to get a host that allows you to send mails?

 

Sorry for that harsh comment, but to make money you have to invest some money. And webspace is cheap nowadays....

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If it's not allowed server side you got no chance to override it. But anyways, you're trying to make money with your shop but refuse to spent some to get a host that allows you to send mails?

 

Sorry for that harsh comment, but to make money you have to invest some money. And webspace is cheap nowadays....

 

:lol: LOL Thanks for raising my lifting the hair on my back Nullachtfuffzehn.

But I am cheap, cheap and cheaper.

 

No worries about your comment but my reasoning is that I am just experimenting with OSC and its functions.

(I think it's fair enough to assume that if I can get OSC fully functional on a free server than it will definitaly install and run on a paid webspace.) Then I could also help others wanting to be little cheap wired webmasters(if it did work).

 

I thought ther was a Contribution that would do it all outside of the localhost? I Could be wrong.

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