Do you support PHP mail()?

No, we do not.

The sendmail() or php mail() function is widely abused and exploited by spammers and is therefore disabled by default on our servers.

We strongly recommend that you use SMTP from local scripts and forms to send emails for both security and deliverability.

Third party software applications usually have a selection of plugins which provide this functionality.

For example, WordPress has many such plugins here.

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