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Hi Guys,


I am trying to generate a script to pipe all mail though a php script. This is so that I can check all mail to see if it is a reply from our ticket system or just someone replying to our noreply@ email address.


In the cpanel I have tried using '/[uSER]/public_html/[sCRIPT].php' and '/[uSER]/public_html/cgi-bin/[sCRIPT].php' with the file in both locations but have had no joy with either of them.


Am I putting the file location wrong could this be a support issue.


I am getting mail delivery errors sent back with:

This message was created automatically by mail delivery software.


A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its recipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es) failed:


pipe to |/[uSER]/public_html/[sCRIPT].php

generated by noreply@[DOMAIN]

local delivery failed


------ This is a copy of the message, including all the headers. ------





Edited by dave_st24
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When you log into cPanel you will see your accounts directory path displayed. It should be /home/cpanel-login. If you placed the script in the public_html folder then the path will be /home/cpanel-login/public_html/script-name.php


If you are still having problem please open a ticket with the help desk and they will help you further.

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