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imap_mail_compose

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imap_mail_composeCrée un message MIME

Description

imap_mail_compose ( array $envelope , array $bodies ) : string|false

Crée un message MIME basé sur l'enveloppe envelope et les sections bodies.

Liste de paramètres

envelope

Un tableau associatif contenant les champs des en-têtes. Les clés valides sont : "remail", "return_path", "date", "from", "reply_to", "in_reply_to", "subject", "to", "cc", "bcc" et "message_id", qui définie les en-têtes respectifs à la chaîne de caractères donnée. Pour définir des en-têtes additionnels, la clé "custom_headers" est supporté, qui attend un tableau de ces en-têtes, par example ["User-Agent: My Mail Client"].

bodies

Un tableau indexé des corps. Le premier corps est le corps principal du message ; seulement s'il est du type TYPEMULTIPART, les corps suivant seront traité ; ces corps constitue les corps des parties.

Structure d'un Tableau d'un Corps
Clé Type Description
type int Le type MIME. Un de TYPETEXT (par défault), TYPEMULTIPART, TYPEMESSAGE, TYPEAPPLICATION, TYPEAUDIO, TYPEIMAGE, TYPEMODEL ou TYPEOTHER.
encoding int Le Content-Transfer-Encoding. Un de ENC7BIT (par défault), ENC8BIT, ENCBINARY, ENCBASE64, ENCQUOTEDPRINTABLE or ENCOTHER.
charset string Le jeu d'encodage du paramètre du type MIME.
type.parameters array Un tableau associatif de nom de paramètre Content-Type et leur valeurs.
subtype string Le sous-type MIME, e.g. 'jpeg' pour TYPEIMAGE.
id string Le Content-ID.
description string Le Content-Description.
disposition.type string Le Content-Disposition, e.g. 'attachment'.
disposition array Un tableau associatif de nom de paramètre Content-Disposition et leur valeurs.
contents.data string La charge utile.
lines int La taille de la charge utile en lignes.
bytes int La taille de la charge utile en octets.
md5 string La checksum MD5 de la charge utile.

Valeurs de retour

Retourne le message MIME en tant que chaîne de caractères, ou false si une erreur survient.

Exemples

Exemple #1 Exemple avec imap_mail_compose()

<?php

$envelope
["from"]= "joe@example.com";
$envelope["to"]  = "foo@example.com";
$envelope["cc"]  = "bar@example.com";

$part1["type"] = TYPEMULTIPART;
$part1["subtype"] = "mixed";

$filename "/tmp/imap.c.gz";
$fp fopen($filename"r");
$contents fread($fpfilesize($filename));
fclose($fp);

$part2["type"] = TYPEAPPLICATION;
$part2["encoding"] = ENCBINARY;
$part2["subtype"] = "octet-stream";
$part2["description"] = basename($filename);
$part2["contents.data"] = $contents;

$part3["type"] = TYPETEXT;
$part3["subtype"] = "plain";
$part3["description"] = "description3";
$part3["contents.data"] = "contents.data3\n\n\n\t";

$body[1] = $part1;
$body[2] = $part2;
$body[3] = $part3;

echo 
nl2br(imap_mail_compose($envelope$body));

?>

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User Contributed Notes 10 notes

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Los Olvidados
18 years ago
If you wish to send the output of this function, simply use it for the headers argument of imap_mail() or mail().  Keep in mind that those functions set the To: and Subject: headers, so including them in the envelope will create double entries.
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thomas dot hebinck at digionline dot de
17 years ago
It is a good idea to set the date header:
$envelope['date']=date('r');
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jvandeweghe at kipsu dot com
3 years ago
The custom_headers envelope documentation is misleading. Its not actually an "associative array", its a regular array of headers.

This is wrong:

<?php
$envelope
= [
   
//...
   
"custom_headers" => [
       
"X-SES-CONFIGURATION-SET" => "example",
       
"X-SES-MESSAGE-TAGS" => "emailType=example"
   
]
];
?>

This is right:

<?php
$envelope
= [
   
//...
   
"custom_headers" => [
       
"X-SES-CONFIGURATION-SET: example",
       
"X-SES-MESSAGE-TAGS: emailType=example"
   
]
];
?>
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Guido
12 years ago
For some email clients its necessary first to start with the body text and end with the attachment(s). Otherwise all the parts end up in attachments, also the body text (took a while to find this).

So example #1 (above) should be switched over, like:

$body[1] = $part1;
$body[2] = $part3;
$body[3] = $part2;
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prices at dflytech dot com
19 years ago
The documentation above does not mention that you can use the index ["charset"] to set the character set of the messsage part.

Example:

$part1["type"]= "TEXT";
$part1["subtype"]="PLAIN";
$part1["charset"] = "koi8-r";

to send a message in Russian-koi8.

Scott  =)
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Freman
13 years ago
Since at least PHP 4.3 the $part[] hash can contain the $part['type.parameters'] which expects a hash.

Unfortunately for "hans at lintoo dot dk" there doesn't appear to have ever been $part['parameters.name'] or a $part['dparameters.filename']

So it would appear the corrected code for his function is

<?php
            $part
["type"] = TYPEAPPLICATION;
           
$part["encoding"] = ENCBASE64;
           
$part["subtype"] = "octet-stream";
           
$part["description"] = $file_name;
           
$part['disposition.type'] = 'attachment';
           
$part['disposition'] = array ('filename' => $file_name);
           
$part['type.parameters'] = array('name' => $file_name);
           
$part["contents.data"] = base64_encode(fread($file_handle,$file_size));
?>
While this correctly sets the header

Content-Type: application/octet-stream; name="file_name"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: BASE64
Content-Description: file_name
Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="file_name"

But this is still not a good idea to blanket set every attachment as a application/octet-stream so please consider using the unix command file, or Fileinfo functions (or even trusting file upload mimetype) and pay attention to the code from "derf dot m at reseaunix dot net"
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trionon at mail dot ru
19 years ago
At least the following items in $part[] hashes are parsed:

type
encoding
charset
subtype
id
description
disposition.type
disposition
contents.data
lines
bytes
md5

Note: $part['disposition'] is a hash:

$part['disposition.type'] = 'attachment';
$part['disposition'] = array ('filename'=>'file.txt');

This will transform in such part header:

Content-disposition: attachment; filename="file.txt"
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coxsterdillon at hotmail dot com
7 years ago
So following on from their example, once you've composed your email with attachment or whatever, you'll probably want to send it.

since imap_mail(...) takes the message as body and re-encodes it, ignoring all the hard work you've done already.

Only real solution I found is to post it yourself:

// open connect to mail server
$socket=socket_create(AF_INET,SOCK_STREAM,SOL_TCP);
if ($socket===false) {
    die('Error: socket_create, '.socket_strerror(socket_last_error()));
}

$server="myserver.com"; // say 10.0.0.1 or whatever your mail sever is
$port=25;  // again your mail server port, here generic smtp
if (socket_connect($socket,$server,$port)) {
    print "Connection successful\n";
}else {
    die('Error: socket_connect, '.socket_strerror(socket_last_error()));
}

// send it...
socket_write($socket,"HELO {$envelope["from"]}\n");
socket_write($socket,"MAIL FROM: {$envelope["from"]}\n");
socket_write($socket,"RCPT TO: {$envelope["to"]}\n");
socket_write($socket,"DATA\n");
socket_write($socket,"$message\n");
socket_write($socket,".\n");
socket_write($socket,"QUIT\n");

// done...
socket_close($socket);

Ofcourse the shell may work for you?

echo "Hello World" | mail -s "Greeting..." -a "attachSomeFile.txt" gspot@gmail.com
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hans at lintoo dot dk
15 years ago
Here is a little something for attaching files... This is already documented in the manual, but my solution involves some changes. This is based on testing and suggestions from others notes on this page.
<?php
//snip
if (count($_FILES) > 0) {
   
$multipart["type"] = TYPEMULTIPART;
   
$multipart["subtype"] = "mixed";
   
$body[] = $multipart; //add multipart stuff
}
//snip
$uploaddir = ini_get("upload_tmp_dir"); //Get tmp upload dir from PHP.ini
foreach ($_FILES as $fieldName => $file) {
    for (
$i=0;$i < count($file['tmp_name']);$i++) {
        if (
is_uploaded_file($file['tmp_name'][$i])) {
           
$file_handle = fopen($file["tmp_name"][$i], "rb");
           
$file_name = $file["name"][$i];
           
$file_size = filesize($file["tmp_name"][$i]);
           
           
$part["type"] = TYPEAPPLICATION;
           
$part["encoding"] = ENCBASE64;
           
$part["subtype"] = "octet-stream";
           
$part["description"] = $file_name;
           
$part['disposition.type'] = 'attachment';
           
$part['disposition'] = array ('filename' => $file_name);
           
$part['dparameters.filename'] = $file_name;
           
$part['parameters.name'] = $file_name;
           
$part["contents.data"] = base64_encode(fread($file_handle,$file_size));
           
           
$body[] = $part;
           
unlink($file["tmp_name"][$i]);
        }
    }
}
//snip
?>
hope someone can use this...
Regards, Hans @ http://lintoo.dk/
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hans at lintoo dot dk
15 years ago
I got a lot of problems with attachments (multipart emails) and the fix directly below this note.
instead just include it in the optional headers argument as previously suggested:

<?php
$mail
= str_replace("\r","",imap_mail_compose($envelope, $body));
imap_mail($_POST["to"],$_POST["subject"],'',$mail);
?>
"Nothing like a fix on a fix".

If you want to copy the message to ie: a sent folder do:
<?php
//take note of the link: $this->mbox, and the constant: self::$imapStream
$envelope["to"]  = $_POST["to"]; //included with imap_mail
$envelope["subject"]  = $_POST["subject"]; //included with imap_mail
$mail = imap_mail_compose($envelope, $body); //note no problems with \r
imap_append($this->mbox,self::$imapStream."INBOX.Sent",$mail ,"\\Seen");
?>
See imap_append for more info.... Enjoy!
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