PHP Mail_mime::addAttachment – 30 examples found. $attachments) { require_once ”; require_once ‘Mail/’; require_once ‘Mail/mail. php’;. Try this: Saving the PDF file to server (make sure you have writing permissions for that folder!): See more at. PHP send mail/email + attachment script //$mime->addAttachment($file.

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This is how it worked for me: Sorry my Ubuntu terminology is poor haha.

If you want a blank line addattacnment between things i. I’d also like the ability to set the encoding type like you can with AddAttachment.


But again I don’t know if its necessary for me to change group or owner to in order to get the attachment to work. Can anyone help me? Does anyone have any suggestions? Bandwidth and hardware provided by: This is my problem If the script is run by mine web server, and the web server user is “www-data”, then this will be addattachjent owner. And look at display errors as well and log errors below it.

You see, I like to include a Company name along with the email address so my from string looked like this: And you should also check for errors when adding the attachment and possibly elsewhere when using pear classes. The reason your images will only display if you adrattachment the correct relative path is because it’s actually loading the image file from your website. View this page in: Please file a bug report.


Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! However I did figure out the problem.

Since you seem to have access to sudo which lets you run commands as rootyou could try sudo chown View this page in: Do you think that something on this page is wrong?

However the cause of the problem may be that the owner and group of the PDF I’m trying to attach are not When using ‘mail’ as the sending method as in this example the second parameter of Mail:: And if that doesn’t work, try becoming root for real first sudo su – chown Bandwidth and hardware provided by: Omitting the parameter thus using the default value works fine!

Check the file name and path. I hope this message ripens this pear package end-user manual a wee bit more making it ready to eat, straight from branch.

It seems a lot of people were confused judging by the many posts in all kind of fora I couldn’t use inline images untill I found out that the image must use the same path in the HTML as in the functioncall addhtmlimage. And the main reason was that rather than guess that your script doesn’t have read rights for the PDF, you would know from the error output.


To set the envelope Reply-to header correctly so that bounced emails arrive where you expect them, make these changes to the example: The specific example is: So in my case, I want to attach a PDF. Most of you guys have this wrong.

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If you want to add inline images and reference them in your HTML you must use the fully qualified system path. See the source code for more information. As always, your help is much appreciated!

Thu, 17 Sep However I’m kail not able to get the bloody thing to attach. I changed to the superuser or whatever the proper term is and used chown and chgrp to change ownership to “john doe”.

S earch for in the Packages This site using Yahoo! S earch for in kime Packages This site using Yahoo! I found out that when you are adding html images inline you need to make sure what kind of transport you use.

If sending an HTML message with embedded images, use this function to add the image.