mailparse_msg_parse_file

(PECL mailparse >= 0.9.0)

mailparse_msg_parse_fileParses a file

Description

mailparse_msg_parse_file(string $filename): resource

Parses a file. This is the optimal way of parsing a mail file that you have on disk.

Parameters

filename

Path to the file holding the message. The file is opened and streamed through the parser.

Note:

The message contained in filename is supposed to end with a newline (CRLF); otherwise the last line of the message will not be parsed.

Return Values

Returns a MIME resource representing the structure, or false on error.

Notes

Note:

It is recommended to call mailparse_msg_free() on the result of this function, when it is no longer needed, to avoid memory leaks.

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schmidt at cube hyphen concept dot com
6 months ago
I just encountered an internal server error by simply calling
$eml = mailparse_msg_parse_file("$path/eml/$email_id.eml");

The error disappeared after adding
mailparse_msg_free($eml);
to the end of the script.

Without mailparse_msg_free i keep getting an internal server error.
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