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whitt

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How do you know it was successful? You just return true no matter what.

The mail function returns a boolean, you should use that.

mail($to,$email_subject,$email_body,$headers);
return true;

One other thing I noticed, is headers need to be separated with \r\n, not just \n.

$headers = "From: whitegatescattery.com\n";
$headers .= "Reply-To: email@gmail.com";

As far as the appending error messages in your second code block, it's probably because you do a var_dump(), which sends that output back to the browser.

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How do you know it was successful? You just return true no matter what.

The mail function returns a boolean, you should use that.

mail($to,$email_subject,$email_body,$headers);
return true;

One other thing I noticed, is headers need to be separated with \r\n, not just \n.

$headers = "From: whitegatescattery.com\n";
$headers .= "Reply-To: email@gmail.com";

As far as the appending error messages in your second code block, it's probably because you do a var_dump(), which sends that output back to the browser.

How do you mean return true all the time?

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