PHP Mail_mime::addAttachment – 30 examples found. $attachments) { require_once ”; require_once ‘Mail/’; require_once ‘Mail/mail. php’;. Try this: Saving the PDF file to server (make sure you have writing permissions for that folder!): See more at. PHP send mail/email + attachment script //$mime->addAttachment($file.

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Manual :: generation and sending of a MIME mail

I could have been a bit more detailed in my post: S earch for in the Packages This site using Yahoo! Omitting the parameter thus using the default value works fine! However I did figure out the problem. So in my case, I want to attach a PDF. The script addattaxhment fine. When this happens the email is NOT delivered. I’m still getting the email but the attachment doesn’t seem to want to work.

PHP Method Mail_mime::addAttachment Code Examples

So why is this broken? Thu, 17 Sep If you want a blank line space between things i.

That means year image should look like this: View this page in: The correct way to reference an inline image is to have the “src” attribute specify a “cid”, like so: Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! The file was not found or the script has not enough rights to access the file. Correct me if I am wrong, but I think this should work: Note This function can not be called statically. Can anyone help me? Does anyone have any suggestions?


You can also use this to embed style sheets etc. As such, there should be no problems in the future as long as the script is always run by www-data.

Mail_mime::addAttachment PHP Method Code Examples – HotExamples

I notice that no where do I find simple error handling. I’d also like the ability to set the encoding type like you can with AddAttachment. When I switched to “smtp” everything worked perfectly. The reason your images will only display if you use the correct relative path is because it’s actually loading the image file from your website.

I’m not sure where I’ve gone wrong here but the file refuses to attach.

Therefore, the correct error checking is like this: While your script is not live, it’s maol to display errors, but for things in production you want them to be logged instead. And so on for three, four, five, whatever lines. Do you think that something on this page is wrong? I use the code above with success: If you want to overwrite them, you need to do this: What’s the syntax for that?


And if you are running script manually, I suggest doing so as user www-data, to avoid screwing up ownership.

I don’t see it documented, but there is a second parameter that you have to pass if msil want to overwrite the headers. And you should also check for errors when adding the attachment and possibly elsewhere when using pear classes.

In the most cases a programm opens the file for writing.

Do you think that something on this page is wrong? S earch for in the Packages This site using Yahoo! I found out that when you are adding html images inline you need to make sure what kind nime transport you use.

You may get it like this: But again I don’t know if its necessary for me to change group or owner to in order to get the attachment to work.