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<?php
/**
 * This example shows how to use POP-before-SMTP for authentication.
 */

require '../PHPMailerAutoload.php';

//Authenticate via POP3.
//After this you should be allowed to submit messages over SMTP for a while.
//Only applies if your host supports POP-before-SMTP.
$pop = POP3::popBeforeSmtp('pop3.example.com', 110, 30, 'username', 'password', 1);

//Create a new PHPMailer instance
//Passing true to the constructor enables the use of exceptions for error handling
$mail = new PHPMailer(true);
try {
   
$mail->isSMTP();
   
//Enable SMTP debugging
    // 0 = off (for production use)
    // 1 = client messages
    // 2 = client and server messages
   
$mail->SMTPDebug = 2;
   
//Ask for HTML-friendly debug output
   
$mail->Debugoutput = 'html';
   
//Set the hostname of the mail server
   
$mail->Host = "mail.example.com";
   
//Set the SMTP port number - likely to be 25, 465 or 587
   
$mail->Port = 25;
   
//Whether to use SMTP authentication
   
$mail->SMTPAuth = false;
   
//Set who the message is to be sent from
   
$mail->setFrom('from@example.com', 'First Last');
   
//Set an alternative reply-to address
   
$mail->addReplyTo('replyto@example.com', 'First Last');
   
//Set who the message is to be sent to
   
$mail->addAddress('whoto@example.com', 'John Doe');
   
//Set the subject line
   
$mail->Subject = 'PHPMailer POP-before-SMTP test';
   
//Read an HTML message body from an external file, convert referenced images to embedded,
    //and convert the HTML into a basic plain-text alternative body
   
$mail->msgHTML(file_get_contents('contents.html'), dirname(__FILE__));
   
//Replace the plain text body with one created manually
   
$mail->AltBody = 'This is a plain-text message body';
   
//Attach an image file
   
$mail->addAttachment('images/phpmailer_mini.png');
   
//send the message
    //Note that we don't need check the response from this because it will throw an exception if it has trouble
   
$mail->send();
    echo
"Message sent!";
} catch (
phpmailerException $e) {
    echo
$e->errorMessage(); //Pretty error messages from PHPMailer
} catch (Exception $e) {
    echo
$e->getMessage(); //Boring error messages from anything else!
}


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