yay! ok It wont send to my company's email, or my website's email (both never show up) but it worked for my gmail account.
My company does have a spam catching thing, but the IT guy said he didnt find any emails like i described. My website's email has absolutely no spam protection so i dont know what could cause that.
Judging from this post in the PHP Manual section for Mail:
this sounds like it could possibly be my problem, but i havent seen anybody having this problem on sitepoint.
nes at techie dot com
I've noticed some anti-spam email programs also deny delivery to mail that doesn't have a Message-ID. Even though it is legal to do so, many domains will consider the email spam and drop it.
Using sendmail on a win2k server, there is no Message-ID on some test mailings I've done. The ones that are added were there due to the filtering software added it afterwards, at least that's what the spamheaders error code database says.
Anybody know what else could be wrong, or how i could add a message-id to my emails?