Flash / PHP contact form

coding help

the website 112nine.com is done in flash and so is the contact form
problem is I don’t know why it won’t send the form info to the email address I specified. I think its the php, but I’m not sure.

This is the php code I used.

<?php 

    $your_name = $_GET'txt1']; 
    $your_phone = $_GET'txt2']; 
    $your_email = $_GET'txt3']; 
    $your_message = $_GET'txt6']; 

    $recipient_email = "[email protected]"; 

    $subject = "from " . $your_email; 
    $headers = "From: " . $your_email . " <" . $your_email . ">
"; 
    $headers .= 'Content-type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1'; 

    $content = "<html><head><title>Contact letter</title></head><body><br>";  
    $content .= "Name: <b>" . $your_name . "</b><br>";  
    $content .= "Phone: <b>" . $your_phone . "</b><br>";  
    $content .= "E-mail: <b>" . $your_email . "</b><br><hr><br>";  
    $content .= $your_message;  
    $content .= "<br></body></html>"; 

    mail($recipient_email,$subject,$content,$headers); 
?> 
<html>  
    <body bgcolor="#282E2C">  
        <div align="center" style="margin-top:60px;color:#FFFFFF;font-size:11px;font-family:Tahoma;font-weight:bold">  
                 Your message was sent. Thank you.  
            </div>  
        </body>  
</html>  
<script>resizeTo(300, 300)</script>

any ideas? I will be posting the submit flash code I used soon.
any help is appreciated.

Where is your SMTP server configured? Are you sure you have permission to post to it without authentication and/or have you configured authentication in your script somewhere?

that may be the problem. I don’t really understand any of that.

the website is hosted @ phpwebhosting.com

so I assume php is already installed I just changed the php type to php five or something like that.

doom de doom de doom lol

it says it runs through the php parser automatically as long as we uploaded the php file to the www directory which we did.
any more ideas?

Echo out the GET variables to make sure they’re getting passed through in the URL string. If that works, I would check your spam box.

EDIT: URL string should be like this: file.php?txt1=name&txt2=phone&txt3=email&txt6=message

Make sure you sanitize the variables too.

Email must be queued to an SMTP server which then forwards it to the destination. Usually an ISP will provide you with the SMTP server address, which you may need to configure before you can send mail. Sometimes you can send mail without providing a username and password, others require you to provide username and password.