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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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The script still runs and I still don’t get any error messages or warnings at the end. This allows the fifth parameter for the PHP mail function to be included as a parameter to Mail:: I have this script running just perfectly in may windows o.

Not sure if they will or not, but I always avoid them. You can also use this to embed style sheets etc. In the most cases a programm opens the file for writing.

S earch for in the Packages This site using Yahoo! Do you think that something on this page is wrong? I’m still getting the email but the attachment doesn’t seem to want to work.

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In a windos runnig addattachmenf it does work but i don’t understand why does he fails in centos??!! However the documentation does not say what the potential keywords are for the second argument. So use this instead if you’re defining your CRLF constant and save a lot of head-banging: I’ve already installed the pear package and still does not work!


If this is not set the return-path will probably be something like ‘nobody your-server-name’.

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If you generate your pdf files using php scripts, the file will have the same owner as the user running the script. Hi, in both case – with and mjme out attachment, the mail is sent with out sent date and time detail. I don’t see it documented, but there is a second parameter that you have to pass if you want to overwrite the headers. And look at display errors as well and log errors below it. Turn on error reporting to know for sure Check the file name and path.

If the script is run by the web server, and the web server user is “www-data”, then majl will be the owner. Bandwidth and hardware provided by: If you must use a file location that you can’t or would rather not put into your html, just read it in and specify the file name.

I don’t really care about changing permissions and all that, I’m mostly worried about getting this attachment to majl properly and I don’t know if the ownership of the PDF would affect the ability of the script to attach it to an email. 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.

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To set the envelope Reply-to header correctly so that bounced emails arrive where you expect them, make these changes to the example: So in my case, I want to attach a PDF. I found out that when you are adding html images inline you need to make sure what kind of transport you use. I could have been a bit more detailed in my post: PDF document from http: I have to, after I call headersexecute this line to fix what it broke: However the cause of the problem may be that the owner and group of the PDF I’m trying to attach are not You may get it like this: If you want to overwrite them, you need to do this: View this page in: And if you are running script manually, I suggest doing mqil as user www-data, to avoid screwing up ownership.

The ownership of the file is still set to ‘john doe’, I did not change it back to ‘www-data’. The correct way to reference an inline image is to have the “src” attribute specify a “cid”, like so: For example, your script sends one email. Bandwidth and hardware provided by: By default, mime will use the previous headers xddattachment.

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