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Using HTTPpost to interact with a stand alone PHP mail sending/receiving program?

Question asked by slayden@msn.com on Apr 2, 2014
Latest reply on Apr 3, 2014 by Mike Duncan

Given fmPro's heightened web interactivity and 1990s era email implementation for it's #1 use - CRM -

...it SEEMS that the best (least convoluted, hoop-jumping and scalable) email implementation would be to implement a stand-alone PHP send/receive program.

 

I'd like to:

  1. Send html/text email (porgrammatically choose the sending vehicle based on the # of emails going out at one time (eg < 100 local, > 100 to mailchimp) (- using httpPost?)
  2. Recieve email from multiple sources (exchange, pop), including attachments into a fmPro accessible rds (fmPro, mySQL)

 

Advice on a PHP package that you've had success with?

 

  1. Thoughts of assessment?
  2. Recommendations?
  3. Cautions?

 

Thanks!

Scott

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