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I have downloaded the Shop-Script free version of the software. I have basically completed the design of the site itself. The site will register the incoming order but will not send out a notification e-mail to either the procurement rep or the end user who made the order.
We are a small company using this software as an internal procurement store for ordering supplies for different departments. We have the Shop-Script Free software on a Windows 2003 server with 4 gigs of memory. We are using PHP 5.2 from php.net, with Apache 2.2, and MYSql. Eveyrthing seems to be working except for the mail portion. I've looked at the php.ini file and found the send mail section but I'm not sure what to give it for an smtp setting. We use MS Exchange for internal mail purposes on another server by itself. I have created a new e-mail address for the procurement site that is working and valid in Exchange. I tried the mailtest.php script I found on the website but it fails each time I try a test e-mail.
Is there a way to tell the Shop-Script Free to send e-mail through our Exchange server? Or does anyone know a workaround we can use?
Thank you to anyone that read this but the problem has been solved.
It was as simple as putting in the mail server address:
SMTP = mail.email_server.com
smtp_port = 25
and uncommenting the send_mail function.
Then the e-mail started coming through.