How to test my host for compatibility with TextMan

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1. download this file
2. unzip the file, you will get a php file called mail.php
3. edit the file using any text editor such as notepad or notepad++
4. replace the email “[email protected]” with your preferred email address
5. save the changes and upload the file to your website, for example, upload it to public_html
6. visit the file URL using your internet browser such as internet explorer or firefox
7. if you uploaded the file to public_html and if your website is www.site.com you would need to visit the following URL
www.site.com/mail.php

you will get an on-screen message telling you whether your host supports TextMan or not. And you will receive am email with the same info.

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