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  1. Hi, Can someone advise or provide an example PHP script where I can create (based on a pool of five dedicated IP addresses I have assigned to a virtual private server) so that I can - via MySQL table - assign one of those five ip addresses to each 'outgoing' email being sent using the mail function? I've searched the Net and found nothing that really explains how to do this and no examples. Would appreciate any insight to help me figure out this solution. I know its possible b/c apps like Interspire & PowerMTA does it and you can assign the block of IP's via their app's GUI - just saying, i know its possible. I found some info regarding Postfix and EXIM but nothing in details - reason I'm asking for help here to figure this out... Objective: I just want to set (rotate) the ip addresses - that's bound to that server - as each 'outbound' email is being sent out from said server. thx, Craig
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