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Digital Sextant : Weird script behavior
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Weird script behavior

So I’ve got a web contact script that’s currently malfunctioning in a very weird way. If I use one specific email address in the “To” field of the form, the emails never arrive at their destination. If I use any other email addresses, the emails arrive just fine.

My only thought is that somewhere there’s a mail filter blocking emails from http://domain.com/webform.php that are addressed to address@domain.com. But why would that be?


Someone on the Dreamhost forums tells me that there’s a warning against an internal redirect, so I can’t produce an email from a script that goes to an address on the same system if that address automatically forwards the email somewhere else.   Interesting.

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