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email:: (17 methods):
  email()
  get_file()
  find_html_images()
  add_text()
  add_html()
  add_html_image()
  add_attachment()
  add_text_part()
  add_html_part()
  add_mixed_part()
  add_alternative_part()
  add_related_part()
  add_html_image_part()
  add_attachment_part()
  build_message()
  send()
  get_rfc822()


Class: email  - X-Ref

email($headers = '')   X-Ref
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get_file($filename)   X-Ref
This function will read a file in
from a supplied filename and return
it. This can then be given as the first
argument of the the functions
add_html_image() or add_attachment().


find_html_images($images_dir)   X-Ref
Function for extracting images from
html source. This function will look
through the html code supplied by add_html()
and find any file that ends in one of the
extensions defined in $obj->image_types.
If the file exists it will read it in and
embed it, (not an attachment).

Function contributed by Dan Allen

add_text($text = '')   X-Ref
Adds plain text. Use this function
when NOT sending html email


add_html($html, $text = NULL, $images_dir = NULL)   X-Ref
Adds a html part to the mail.
Also replaces image names with
content-id's.


add_html_image($file, $name = '', $c_type='application/octet-stream')   X-Ref
Adds an image to the list of embedded
images.


add_attachment($file, $name = '', $c_type='application/octet-stream', $encoding = 'base64')   X-Ref
Adds a file to the list of attachments.


add_text_part(&$obj, $text)   X-Ref
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add_html_part(&$obj)   X-Ref
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add_mixed_part()   X-Ref
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add_alternative_part(&$obj)   X-Ref
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add_related_part(&$obj)   X-Ref
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add_html_image_part(&$obj, $value)   X-Ref
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add_attachment_part(&$obj, $value)   X-Ref
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build_message($params = '')   X-Ref
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send($to_name, $to_addr, $from_name, $from_addr, $subject = '', $headers = '')   X-Ref
Sends the mail.


get_rfc822($to_name, $to_addr, $from_name, $from_addr, $subject = '', $headers = '')   X-Ref
Use this method to return the email
in message/rfc822 format. Useful for
adding an email to another email as
an attachment. there's a commented
out example in example.php.

string get_rfc822(string To name,
string To email,
string From name,
string From email,
[string Subject,
string Extra headers])



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