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joesabido

blacklists and include()

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Hi guys.

If I want to use the mail() function I need to notify my provider so he will add the file that uses the mail() function to a white-list to prevent SPAM, which is good because I hate spam  ;D

Now, let's suppose that I have this file:

#file: functions.php
<?php
function mailThis($to, $message){
  mail($to,'Hello',$message);
}
?>

and I have this file

#file: someFile.php
<?php
include("functions.php");
mailThis("somemail@server.com","Hello there!");
?>

In this case, which file is the one that actually sends the email? The one that contains the function itself or the one that includes the first file?

Or in other words, which file should be added to the white list?

Thanks

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