In perl, you only need to \ an @ sign if it's in double quotes. You should
leave out the \ if the address is in single quotes. eg
if that doesn't solve it then the full text of the delivery failure would
help a lot,
At 14:09 21/04/00, Barry Carroll wrote:
>>(This is all being done using 127.0.0.1
>The Box has no net access)
>>I have apache 1.3 on my RH6.0 Box.
>Kernel 2.6-14 (I think)
>>I have a form page in /home/httpd/
>which refers to a perl script in /home/httpd/cgi-bin/
>which then emails the output to a user on the machine.
>>It seems to be going ok, then gives a '500' internal server
>error, but it emails the output to root, saying that it could
>>In the perl script (Formmail.pl) I have $recipient set to
>'xxx at baz.com' (Baz.com = 127.0.0.1)
>>In the delivery failure that is sent to root it says could not
>deliver to 'xxx\@baz.com' - what is wrong?,
>>Thanks for any input,
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