Simple Registration Form with random password sent to email

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This is a Simple Registration Form with random password sent to email..

Register and it will generate a random password and will be sent to the email address of the one who registered, there's no need for mail server because it uses gmail smtp. Just configure the settings in the verify.php file.

-No mail server required. Uses Simple Mail Transfer Protocol to send emails by using the desired email server(gmail,ymail,etc.)

-upload db.sql

-put your gmail username and password in verify.php

-db name is doa

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Thanks brother, This works for me very well, 100%

Sinameny Jackson Herbert
Bachelor Science in Software Engineering
College of Computing and Information Science
Makerere University
Email:[email protected]
Mobile:+256787792428, +256759253836

SMTP Error: Could not connect to SMTP host.

SMTP Error: Could not connect to SMTP host.

is this only available for gmail accounts? what if i want also to have a yahoo mail account?

#JM Maguigad, PHP and VB 6 System Developer/Freelance Programmer
#Contact Infos: [email protected] or 09752276378

SMTP Error: Could not authenticate.
and sometimes cannot connect SMTP host
sir please help me. add my skype: webprovid31 or my fb [email protected] tnx sir.. pls help me on this error

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