> Just quessing.. did you try the alias with the RHS surrounded by quotes?
>> test1234: "| /usr/local/php/scripts/mail-redirect.php"
Nah, I had the pipe up next to the path anyway, and majordomo works ok the
other way too, so it wasn't that. Thanks anyway Donncha.
I figured it out anyway, thanks to Thomas Bridge and Liam Bedford. Yes
Thomas, I am running the bog standard RedHat sendmail (shame on me) and yes
Liam I guess that does mean I'm using smrsh in sendmail. Is that a Bad
Thing? It also demonstrates that I still haven't got the hang of
permissions - the mail-redirect.php script had 755 permissions, but I had to
755 php too to get it working. Surely because mail-redirect was owned by
root php should have let it work?
Anyway, it's working now, but I'm not getting the data from STDIN. And I'm
not very good with STDIN, so can anyone help me out here too please? The
problem is obviously with this bit:
$fp = fopen("/dev/stdin", "r");
$buffer = fgets($fp, 4096);
$content .= $buffer;
Why ain't PHP pulling the data from STDIN?
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