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I can't get it working. What am I doing wrong?

$name = $form_state['values']['name'];
$rname = $form_state['values']['rname'];
$email = $form_state['values']['email'];
$message = $form_state['values']['message'];

$params = array('current_conditions' => $data);
$message = drupal_mail('wow', rand(0, 999), $email, $language, $params, FALSE);
$message['body'][] = 'test';
// Only add to the spool if sending was not canceled.
if ($message['send']) {
    drupal_set_message('Success!');
}

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The last parameter you are passing to drupal_mail() is FALSE. That parameter is telling the function if sending the mail. The documentation describes the parameter as follows:

$send: If TRUE, drupal_mail() will call drupal_mail_system()->mail() to deliver the message, and store the result in $message['result']. Modules implementing hook_mail_alter() may cancel sending by setting $message['send'] to FALSE.

As its default value is TRUE, just leave out that parameter, and the mail will be send, if other modules don't set $message['send'] to FALSE.

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Your code only prepares message for sending it later. Example of sending e-mail immediately:

<?php

$my_module = 'foo';
$my_mail_token = 'bar';
$from = variable_get('system_mail', '[email protected]');
$message = array(
  'id' => $my_module . '_' . $my_mail_token,
  'to' => '[email protected]',
  'subject' => 'test',
  'body' => array(
    'line 1',
    'line 2',
  ),
  'headers' => array(
    'From' => $from,
    'Sender' => $from,
    'Return-Path' => $from,
  ),
);
$system = drupal_mail_system($my_module, $my_mail_token);
// The format function must be called before calling the mail function. 
$message = $system->format($message);
if ($system->mail($message)) {
  // Success.
}
else {
  // Failure.
}

?>

Edit: changed to better example

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    drupal_mail() calls drupal_mail_system(). There is no reason to call it again after.
    – apaderno
    Mar 27, 2013 at 18:27

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