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File: example.php
Role: Example script
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Description: An example script
Class: SMTP Class
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<?php
/***************************************
** Filename.......: test.php
** Project........: SMTP Class
** Last Modified..: 30 September 2001
***************************************/

    /***************************************
    ** Include the class. The header() makes
    ** the output look lovely.
    ***************************************/
   
include('class.smtp.inc');
   
header('Content-Type: text/plain');

   
/***************************************
    ** Setup some parameters which will be
    ** passed to the smtp::connect() call.
    ***************************************/
   
$params['host'] = '10.1.1.2'; // The smtp server host/ip
   
$params['port'] = 25; // The smtp server port
   
$params['helo'] = exec('hostname'); // What to use when sending the helo command. Typically, your domain/hostname
   
$params['auth'] = TRUE; // Whether to use basic authentication or not
   
$params['user'] = 'testuser'; // Username for authentication
   
$params['pass'] = 'testuser'; // Password for authentication

    /***************************************
    ** These parameters get passed to the
    ** smtp->send() call.
    ***************************************/

   
$send_params['recipients'] = array('richard@[10.1.1.2]'); // The recipients (can be multiple)
   
$send_params['headers'] = array(
                                       
'From: "Richard Heyes" <richard@[10.1.1.2]>', // Headers
                                       
'To: richard@[10.1.1.2]',
                                       
'Subject: Test email'
                                      
);
   
$send_params['from'] = 'richard@[10.1.1.2]'; // This is used as in the MAIL FROM: cmd
                                                                                        // It should end up as the Return-Path: header
   
$send_params['body'] = '.Test email.'; // The body of the email


    /***************************************
    ** The code that creates the object and
    ** sends the email.
    ***************************************/

   
if(is_object($smtp = smtp::connect($params)) AND $smtp->send($send_params)){
        echo
'Email sent successfully!'."\r\n\r\n";

       
// Any recipients that failed (relaying denied for example) will be logged in the errors variable.
       
print_r($smtp->errors);

    }else{
        echo
'Error sending mail'."\r\n\r\n";
       
       
// The reason for failure should be in the errors variable
       
print_r($smtp->errors);
    }

?>


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