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    I have a client that received mail daily from different sources. He would like these e-mail to be uploaded on their website and sorted by date.
    My question is:
    Is their a way of triggering a php script by e-mail. What I was thinking is that the e-mail could automatically be forwarded to the server where a script would store the content of the e-mail in a table with the date received.

    Does anybody know anyting on how I could solve this.

    Thanks,

    Claude
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    Bearing in mind that Im new to this idea as well...
    If you / the client own the server, try installing QMAIL.

    That was the best solution I came up with.
    Either that, or you could create a PHP mail reader for the client which writes the messages into a database / file.

    However, then they would have to always use their browser to check their email.

    Later
    Sparks

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