We have PHP PEAR installed on our servers with common packages. PEAR (stands for The PHP Extension and Application Repository) gives you access to a library of modules that you could use in your PHP scripts to save coding time. You could see all of the available PEAR modules at

How to use PHP PEAR modules in your PHP application:

Windows Servers:

For example if you were going to use the PEAR Mail module, you would just add the following at the top of your PHP page:
PHP Code:
Or for Mail_mime you would do:
PHP Code:
If you need to use a module that is not installed on our servers, contact our support team, and they may be able to install it on the server for you.

Linux Servers:

On Linux servers you could manage your own PEAR modules.
1. Login into your cPanel Account
2. Under Software/Services, click on "PHP PEAR Configuration"
3. Here you could view the system-wide installed PEAR packages or install specific packages.

If a module is installed system wide, you could access it it by just including it.
For example:
PHP Code:
For modules that you install for your site there are a couple methods of using them.

Include with full path
Towards the top of the PHP PEAR Configuration page you will see a section that is simliar to this:
Location of Your PHP Extension(s) and Application(s)
Path: /home/username/php
You could use your module by including with this path. In the example above you, if you installed the Mail module, to use it, you would do the following:
PHP Code:
Set the PHP include path
Alternatively, you could set the include path for your PHP application and access it like you access the system-wide modules. To do this, you would need to add the following to your page:

PHP Code:
(Notice that the last part of this line is the path listed on your PHP PEAR configuration page)

Now to use your installed mail module you could just use:
PHP Code: