Support » Fixing WordPress » “Why do e-mails from my webpage come from < username > @ < host## >”

  • I got this answer from my ISP, but I have no ideas where to change the code??

    This is because our servers require you (or your script) to use a properly formatted, valid From: header in your email. If the From: header is not formatted correctly, empty or invalid our system will change the from address to be <username>@<host##>.hostmonster.com. To stop this, you must change the script you are using to correctly use a valid From header.

    Examples of headers that should work would be:
    From: user@domain.com
    From: <user@domain.com>
    From: “name” <user@domain.com>

    Examples of headers that will NOT work:
    From: “user@domain.com”
    From: user @ domain.com

  • The topic ‘“Why do e-mails from my webpage come from < username > @ < host## >”’ is closed to new replies.