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File: test_forwarding_message.php
Role: Example script
Content type: text/plain
Description: Test script for sending a MIME message that forwards another message
Class: MIME E-mail message sending
PHP mailer to compose and send MIME messages
Author: By
Last change: Initial revision.
Date: 3 years ago
Size: 2,913 bytes


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 * test_forwarding_message.php
 * @(#) $Header: /opt2/ena/metal/mimemessage/test_forwarding_message.php,v 1.1 2004/06/24 06:34:11 mlemos Exp $


 * Trying to guess your e-mail address.
 * It is better that you change this line to your address explicitly.
 * $from_address="";
 * $from_name="My Name";


 * Change these lines or else you will be mailing the class author.
$to_name="Manuel Lemos";

$subject="[Fwd: Testing Manuel Lemos' MIME E-mail composing and sending PHP class for sending messages that include forwarded messages]";
$email_message=new email_message_class;

 * Set the Return-Path header to define the envelope sender address to
 * which bounced messages are delivered.
 * If you are using Windows, you need to use the smtp_message_class to set
 * the return-path address.


 * A message with attached files usually has a text message part
 * followed by one or more attached file parts.
$text_message="Hello ".strtok($to_name," ")."\n\nThis message forwarding another message that is encapsulated as attachment.\n\nThank you,\n$from_name";

 * If you have the message to be forwarded already stored in a string,
 * you can specify it like this.
 * "Data"=>"From:\r\n\r\nThis is just a plain text message .",
 * If it is stored in a file, you can specify its local file name.
 * The Name is what the recipient as name of the message file part.
"Name"=>"[Fwd: Testing Manuel Lemos' MIME E-mail composing and sending PHP class: HTML message]"

 * The message is now ready to be assembled and sent.
 * Notice that most of the functions used before this point may fail due
 * to programming errors in your script. You may safely ignore any errors
 * until the message is sent to not bloat your scripts with too much error
 * checking.
"Error: $error\n";
"Message sent to $to_name\n";