I have a problem with my kerio mailserver installation on a CentOs server. I've installed php, apache and now i installed Kerio.
The whole mailserver works perfectly; the webmail, the POP and also the SMTP server.
The only problem is that the mailfunction of php doesn't work anymore. I tried the workaround from the knowledge database (creating a symlink) but it wouldn't help.
I gave the /opt/kerio/mailserver/sendmail file 755 permissions.
I use this php code to test my configuration:
echo mail("myusername<_a.t_>domein.nl","test","Will it work?");
My webbrowser doesn't display errors. It displays a 1 before 'test' so the php mailfunction did his job but I don't receive the email. The problem is now at the mailserver. In the administration console I can't find an error. Can i download an older (or better) version of the sendmail file somewhere?
Can somebody help me with this problem?
[Updated on: Tue, 12 May 2009 09:43]
Have you tried setting the 'sendmail_path' configuration in your php.ini file to Kerio's /opt/kerio/mailserver/sendmail path?
You may have to gracefully restart Apache if your PHP install is run as a module to it (apachectl graceful). It should accept the configuration immediately if you have it compiled as use it as PHP-CGI.
This is assuming you have Kerio's and your base PHP/Apache install running on different ports.
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