Modify config.xml via a php files
jithurbide last edited by
I totally newbie of dev for pfsense. I try the developed a page that modify automaticly the local user's password of capitveportal.
I try to use the simplexml_load_file() command without success. Is a function integrated of pfsense to modify the xml config file?
Thanks in advance
Ok I found the solution.
Now I have just a small problem : How I can send an email via pfsense?
Perry last edited by
I've recently tried to figure out how to send a email from pfSense.
So fare I can send using nullmailer's sendmail from a php page
As a side note nullmailer does not support gmail smtp. ssmtp and esmtp does but they don't have a there own sendmail.
I use PHPMailer to send email in PHP. It is a native PHP class. It can either send email directly or send the email to an email server to do the delivery. It even has a alternate mail server option in case one of the external mail servers is down. It is the tool that can do anything you need with email from PHP. I is license under the LGPL.
It might help to provide a link:
PHPMailer works great but I've read that it is no longer in active development.
I found another alternative.
The license is lgpl.
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