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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Do you think that something on this page is wrong? If you want to add inline images and reference them in your HTML you must use the fully qualified system path. You may get it like this: What’s the syntax for that?

Please file a bug report. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! For example, your script sends one email. However Addattachmsnt did figure out the problem.

PHP Method Mail_mime::addAttachment Code Examples

This site is best viewed in a modern browser with JavaScript enabled. When using the default “mail” function my images weren’t shown in some clients. See the source code for more information. Turn on error reporting to know for sure Correct me if I am wrong, but I think this should work: This is how it worked for me: You can “chown www-data filename” to change the owner of the file.

That means year image should look like this: The file was not found or the script has not enough rights to access the file. I recommend this function be renamed to addInlineAttachment since it doesn’t specifically apply to images. 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 you should also check for errors when adding the attachment and possibly elsewhere when using pear classes. If the script is run by the web server, and the web server user is “www-data”, then this will be the owner.


But again Makl don’t know if its necessary for me addattcahment change group or owner to in order to get the attachment to work. Check user and file permissions.

However the documentation does not say what the potential keywords are for the second argument. So in my case, I want to attach a PDF. Hi, in both case – with and with out attachment, the mail is sent with out sent date and time detail. This is my problem So use this instead if you’re defining your CRLF constant and save a lot of head-banging: And so on for three, four, five, whatever lines.

I “sudo su www-data” but I wasn’t sure how to call the script from the terminal once I changed the user. It seems a lot of people were confused judging by the many posts in all kind of fora I couldn’t use inline images untill I found out that the image must use the same path in the HTML as in the functioncall addhtmlimage.

Manual :: generation and sending of a MIME mail

Then, you want to send another email to someone else with different subject line. By default, mmime will use the previous headers sent. Check the file name and path.

It sends the email, but the pdf does not attach. I use the code above with success: Thanks again for your help. Mon, 31 Dec — Download Documentation. However I’m still not able to get the bloody thing to attach. This did in fact produce the desired PDF. If you want a blank line space between things i. This allows the fifth parameter for the PHP mail function to be included as a parameter to Mail:: I don’t really care about changing permissions and all that, I’m mostly worried about getting this attachment to work 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.


Either way, I’d remove whitespaces from the filename as well since they can cause problems. The script compiles fine. Omitting the parameter thus using the default value works fine! If you generate your pdf files using php scripts, the file will have the same owner as the user running the script. As such, there should be no problems in the future as long as the script is always run by www-data.

If sending an HTML message with embedded images, use this function to add the image. I found out that when you are adding html images inline you need to make sure what kind of transport you use. S earch for in addathachment Packages This site using Yahoo!

You can also use this to embed style sheets etc.

In a windos runnig xampp it does work but i don’t understand why does he fails in centos??!! The ownership of the file is still set to ‘john doe’, I did not change it back to ‘www-data’. I’ve already installed the pear package and still does not work!

When using ‘mail’ as the sending method as in this example the second parameter of Mail::