If you need to send emails from your WAMP server or to test application’s email functionality, there is an easy way to set this up on your Windows machine ( make sure you have gmail account to use for this ). These are necessary steps:
1) Download ‘fake sendmail for windows’ program from here, extract the package and copy ‘sendmail’ folder where you want ( good idea would be folder like C:\wamp\ , so sendmail is located at C:\wamp\sendmail )
2) Open C:\wamp\sendmail\sendmail.ini and edit following lines:
where firstname.lastname@example.org is your gmail and your_password password for this gmail account.
3) In php.ini ( for wamp path it’s usually something like this C:\wamp\bin\apache\Apache2.4.4\bin ), find sendmail_path line and comment it out by removing ; in front of it. Edit sendmail_path to match location of sendmail.exe like this:
sendmail_path = "C:\wamp\sendmail\sendmail.exe -t"
Save changes, restart Apache and you should be able to use mail() function without problems.
Note: With this setup you will need to specify From header when using mail() function. If you want to have default From field edit
force_sender= in sendmail.ini to match default From email address to be used