I hope you're all doing well. I have a question regarding the use of the PHP mail function. I have a specific scenario where I want to wait for a variable to execute a condition before sending an email.
Here's the context: I have a registration form on my website where users can sign up. After a user submits the form, I have a PHP script that processes the data and sends a confirmation email to the user. However, before sending the email, I need to check if the user has activated their account by verifying their email address.
Currently, I have a boolean variable called "isActivated" which gets set to true if the user successfully verifies their email. My dilemma is that I want the email to be sent only if this "isActivated" variable is true.
Is there a way I can wait for this variable to be set before executing the mail function? I want to make sure that the email is only sent once the user's account is activated. Is there a conditional statement or any other technique I can use to achieve this?
Any guidance or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your help!