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Default Chapter 8... moved?

I was reading chapter 8 and found on its fourth page (pg 218 of my book)

Second paragraph it says:

quote: Now we will look at a simple way to show the user error messages, and then get into some more complex ways to notify the Webmaster of errors occurring on the Web site by using the mail() command that you learned previously.
just one question... where in the first seven chapters or pre-page 218 was mail() discussed I checked the index and it lists the following

mail() function
  Content Management System and, 400-401
  emailing and, 286-287, 290-291, 315
  ErrorDocument and, 223
  mailing list and, 436-437, 450, 451
mail functions (PHP), 629

Just Curious....

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