Nginx smtp & php?

Is it possible to tell php to use nginx’s smtp module to send mail? If
so, where online can I find information about such a configuration?

At the moment sendmail & qmail are causing us problems, so we’d like to
cut them out of the loop entirely if possible and have just have php,
mysql, and nginx on our server.

Phillip B Oldham
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Hello!

On Sat, Mar 15, 2008 at 11:10:55AM +0000, Phillip B Oldham wrote:

Is it possible to tell php to use nginx’s smtp module to send mail? If so,
where online can I find information about such a configuration?

Nginx has smtp proxy module, it’s useless without real smtp
server.

Maxim D.

Ah, I see. That’s a shame - I’ll have to stick with sendmail.

Thanks.

Maxim D. wrote:

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