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I have designed a page where I can send mail to any email address. Now I want to check it that it is properly working or not. I have no net connection and wana chek on my computer..how I will chek that it is working or not.

How I will check Sendmail on my computer using localhost....

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  What do you want to check. Make clear.

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Hi,

I think this is the ans for your question.

You can check mails in the following folder..

c:/Inetpub/Mailroot/Queue
If it is not please clarify you question again.

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Prabhakar Kumar,

Any mail sent should reach the Mail queue, as Arun mentioned, from where the SMTP picks and sends out, if that was properly setup.

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Prabhakar Kumar,

Yes, It's correct as Vijay G mentioned. You should check queue folder after sending mail within 1-3 second, if the SMTP is configured correctly and you are connected with internet. Because SMTP sends your mail out side within 2-4 seconds that you will not found in queue folder.


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