the mail() function
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I would just do it this way.
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$message1 = "";
while($menu_info = mysql_fetch_array( $menu )) //loops to collect the data
$message1 .= $menu_info['track'];
$message1 .= $menu_info['artist'];
$message1 .= $menu_info['requests'];
//$message1 = "echo '<pre>'.print_r($track, true) .'</pre>';"
$sent = mail($to, $subject, $message1);
For a better understanding of the mail function, I would recommend you read my post:
Hope that helps.
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and considering that you are trying to send HTML tags over the mail function, you may want to check out the php.net/mail manual page. You're missing the appropriate mime headers.
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