Sometimes, when looking through your Magento log files, you might stumble upon the “Cannot send headers; headers already sent in …” message. One possible reason for that could be a space or a newline behind a closing PHP tag (?>). To solve the problem, just open the file being mentioned in the log file and remove the space or newline.
Solving “Cannot send headers; headers already sent” problem
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