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Does anyone know how to do this?
I have done this by storing variables that change from server to server in a config file. That allows all the scripts to be exactly the same and just the values in each config file are different.
A solution could be to create my own mail() function like mymail() that automatically replaces the TO field with my email and puts the original TO, CC, and BCC into X-original-to, etc in the header. Unfortunately, I have thousands of pages out there already and I would like this to be a global thing.
I found a solution that would do what I'm looking for here:
It basically changes the sendmail_path line in php.ini to:
Then you create the /usr/local/bin/trapmail file like so:
formail -R to X-original-to -R cc X-original-cc -R bcc X-original-bcc -f -A "To: email@example.com" ¦ /usr/sbin/sendmail -t -i
This uses the formail command to change the headers and sends it to sendmail.
Unfortunately, I still have some problem because it's still sending to the original to address. If I get it to work I'll share.
If anyone else gets it to work, please let me know. Thanks.