XPertMailer is a PHP class that will help you send/read encoded MIME type mail messages (text, HTML, HTML embedded images, attachments) towards a localhost, client, relay with optional authentication and TLS/SSL support. Cc and Bcc functionality are included.
The XPertMailer class functions are optimised to execute in a very small time and also to be easy to use. This reduces the size of the code and the time required to write it.
The names of the public functions in the XPertMailer class are eloquent so that they can be used without any confusions being made.
The data sendig is done according to the RFC 821, RFC 822, RFC 2821, RFC 2822, RFC 2487 and the message type is in conformity with the RFC 2045, RFC 2046, RFC 2047, RFC 2048 and RFC 2049.
define('DISPLAY_XPM4_ERRORS', true); // display XPM4 errors
require_once '/path-to/MAIL.php'; // path to 'MAIL.php' file from XPM4 package
$m = new MAIL; // initialize MAIL class
$m->From('firstname.lastname@example.org'); // set from address
$m->AddTo('email@example.com'); // add to address
$m->Subject('Hello World!'); // set subject
$m->Text('Text message.'); // set text message
// send mail local and print result
echo $m->Send() ? 'Mail sent !' : 'Error !';
print_r($m->History); // optional, for debugging
As you can see from this php code example, you can control errors, validate input data (and in the same time you are protected from mail header injection), trace result(s) and most important, if you have entered invalid data, the coresponding error will point to your php code for easy debugging.
Can send e-mails with multiple TOs, CCs, BCCs
Multipart MIME format for mail clients that do not read HTML e-mail
Multiple ways to send e-mails (local, client, relay, command line on Unix)
Protection against mail header injection
Embedded image support for HTML
Address, attachment and header reset functions
Support for 8bit, base64, binary, and quoted-printable encoding
Set charset for internationalization support
Authentication LOGIN, PLAIN, CRAM-MD5, POP Before SMTP
SSL encryptions: TLS, SSL, SSLv2, SSLv3
Context connection (like: socket, to use an IP address or/and port number)
Works on any platform that have installed PHP4 or greater
Advanced trace result system for flexible debugging