Hi, I've been searching everywhere for help on this... to no avail! Hopefully someone here can help me out. We recently switched our email over to Google Apps. Our forms on the websites worked fine after that, but now they don't seem to be working anymore. At least not with the regular php mail command. I looked around a while and found Swift Mail, which can do SMTP connections. Now, it says it requires you to enable openssl by editing the php.ini file on the server. We have our own webserver which hosts several websites. I have a some questions... 1. Does enabling openssl and rebooting the server to activate it interfere with any other email operations that the server may be handling? Besides the downtime, of course. 2. Is there another way to get php mail or Swift Mail to work with Google Apps mail without having to enable openssl or otherwise modify the php settings? 3. Is there a way to install an independent version of PHP on a specific domain so I can enable openssl on a per-domain basis, so that it does not affect domains that do not require it to be enabled? I just took a look at the server settings. We're using Windows Server 2003. If I turn off hMail for one domain, will that perhaps solve the issue? Maybe it's conflicting... but will that turn it off just for that domain, or for all domains?? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks so much for your time.