The error message received when trying to send the mail contained the following:
"Child process of virtual_address_pipe transport returned 127 (could mean unable to exec or command does not exist) from command: /home/zachki5/public_html/email/pipe.php"
This usually means that the permissions for the file are incorrect. I changed the pipe.php permissions to 755 and the error no longer appears.
I ran several tests and was able to see the data collected in the database, so I believe it to be working now.
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