How to change the PHP email in the Apache VirtualHosts


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How to change the PHP email in the Apache VirtualHostsLast Modified: May 7, 2014, 2:30 pm
You might see this value in your User's httpd.conf file:

php_admin_value sendmail_path '/usr/sbin/sendmail -t -i -f user@domain.com'

where user is the account owner for domain.com.

If you'd like to change this value, go to:

Admin Level -> Custom Httpd Configuration -> domain.com

In the top text area, paste this code

|?PHP_EMAIL=new@email.com|

to whichever email value you'd like, and this will be used in the VirtualHost configs for that domain.


For php-fpm (nginx, and some apache setups), the Custom Httpd Config page does not currently fill the require CUSTOM1 tokens for the User's php-fpm.conf file, thus the EMAIL token cannot currently be easily overridden.
If you do need to change the EMAIL token for a php-fpm.conf file, create a custom copy of the php-fpm.conf template, and change the EMAIL token to have if-then-else statements, so it only affects one domain, eg:

|*if DOMAIN="domain.com"|
|?EMAIL=new@email.com|
|*else|
|?EMAIL=`USER`@`DOMAIN`|
|*endif|



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