I tried the eval statement and got the same result.
If i send a message to an address that is not accepting mail, my script crashes and the user sees Internal Server Error on their screen. If i can prevent this from happening, my problem is solved.
My message is generated from my server perl.to and sent to the address email@example.com. My catch-all's are OFF and only mail sent to specific users specified in my virtusertable will be accepted. I need a perl script to attempt to send this message and:
- Not crash the perl cgi.
- give me an error message i can translate
If i can only get number one i can live with it. Thanks for reading and thanks for all the advice. I hope this post streamlines my question a little bit.
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