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  • Anyone use PHPMailer?

    I was thinking about trying it out for a contact form. Looks like it supports SMTP Authentication, but it looks like you have to put your user id and password in a publicly viewable php file. Am I missing something here?

  • #2
    I dislike phpmailer because historically it is the highest target for hacking.

    I use dd-formmailer instead. I've yet to be hacked using it.

    if the SMTP authentication is in a php script, if the person tried to access it directly or download it without server credentials all they get is blank screen or limited html code. Not the passwords.


    Jade

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Drazan View Post
      I dislike phpmailer because historically it is the highest target for hacking.

      I use dd-formmailer instead. I've yet to be hacked using it.

      if the SMTP authentication is in a php script, if the person tried to access it directly or download it without server credentials all they get is blank screen or limited html code. Not the passwords.


      Jade
      Thanks for the info!

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