[quote="LakeRat, post:6, topic:57250"]
Add something like this to your php right before or after the mail() statement using the same variables.
$fp = fopen($mailcopyfile, "a");
fputs($fp, $now . $to . $subject . $body );
you would probably want to do the fputs differently to format the file so there are newlines, but this gives you a rough idea...
you would also need to define
$mailcopyfile = 'path/to/your/mailcopyfile.txt'
Awesome, I've got this working. Thank you so much for this. Thank you, thank you, thank you.