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PHPMailer is a well-known PHP email sending library. It supports multiple methods for sending email messages, including mail(), Sendmail, qmail, and direct SMTP server dispatch.

  • Connect to your server using SSH.
  • Make sure you're in the home directory of your user. [server] $ cd $ cd $ cd $ cd $ cd $ The file should be unzipped. unzip master.zip [server]$ This builds the PHPMailer-master directory.
  • Unzip the file. [server]$ unzip master.zip. This creates a directory named PHPMailer-master.
  • Rename this directory. [server] $ mv PHPMailer-master PHPMailer.

PHPMailer doesn't build or use SQL, and it has nothing to do with javascript, therefore it's safe on those fronts. It's frequently used alongside code that performs both, but PHPMailer isn't concerned about that. It filters headers to prevent header injection attacks, and (as far as I'm aware!) it doesn't do anything else.

  • Using a text editor, create a php test file and save it as test.php.
  • In the code, change the $sender and $receiver variables.
  • Put the php file on your website's server.
  • To run the php script, open the uploaded php file in your browser.

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