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how to send email through html or php?

What I have tried:

i have tried both with php and html.
In php ,mail function couldn't access smtp port number
and in html problem with outlook that it couldn't login.....................
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Updated 21-Jun-16 5:30am
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 21-Jun-16 11:21am    
HTML and PHP are not alternatives. If you use PHP, you always also need HTML.
If you want to send e-mail from HTML, you can only do it using some server-side technology, PHP or not.

Your PHP problem is unclear, and your HTML problem is illusionary; you cannot do it. Maybe you just presented an anchor with e-mail URI, but it has nothing to do with your code; it's just the user sends a mail, which is not your responsibility, except providing a mail address.

—SA

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Please see my comment to the question; it does not really make sense; and your problem is unclear. After all, compare all required SMTP parameters. You can use some available e-mail program, make sure it works, and then compare with your code.

Just in case: here are the ways to send mail via PHP:
PHP: mail — Manual,
PEAR alternative: Manual :: sends a mail,
see also: Manual :: About PEAR and PEAR2.

Now, the major problem with sending mail via the Web is security. Please see this big warning in my past answer: unable to send mail, it showing the error in below code..

—SA
 
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