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-/*******************************************************************
-* http://code.google.com/a/apache-extras.org/p/phpmailer/ *
-********************************************************************/
-
-PHPMailer
-Full Featured Email Transfer Class for PHP
-==========================================
-
-Version 5.2.1 (January 16, 2012)
-
-Patch release (see changelog.txt).
-
-Version 5.2.0 (July 19, 2011)
-
-With the release of this version, PHPMailer has moved to Apache
-Extras:
- http://code.google.com/a/apache-extras.org/p/phpmailer/
-
-Version 5.0.0 (April 02, 2009)
-
-With the release of this version, we are initiating a new version numbering
-system to differentiate from the PHP4 version of PHPMailer.
-
-Most notable in this release is fully object oriented code.
-
-We now have available the PHPDocumentor (phpdocs) documentation. This is
-separate from the regular download to keep file sizes down. Please see the
-download area of http://phpmailer.codeworxtech.com.
-
-We also have created a new test script (see /test_script) that you can use
-right out of the box. Copy the /test_script folder directly to your server (in
-the same structure ... with class.phpmailer.php and class.smtp.php in the
-folder above it. Then launch the test script with:
-http://www.yourdomain.com/phpmailer/test_script/index.php
-from this one script, you can test your server settings for mail(), sendmail (or
-qmail), and SMTP. This will email you a sample email (using contents.html for
-the email body) and two attachments. One of the attachments is used as an inline
-image to demonstrate how PHPMailer will automatically detect if attachments are
-the same source as inline graphics and only include one version. Once you click
-the Submit button, the results will be displayed including any SMTP debug
-information and send status. We will also display a version of the script that
-you can cut and paste to include in your projects. Enjoy!
-
-Version 2.3 (November 08, 2008)
-
-We have removed the /phpdoc from the downloads. All documentation is now on
-the http://phpmailer.codeworxtech.com website.
-
-The phpunit.php has been updated to support PHP5.
-
-For all other changes and notes, please see the changelog.
-
-Donations are accepted at PayPal with our id "paypal@worxteam.com".
-
-Version 2.2 (July 15 2008)
-
-- see the changelog.
-
-Version 2.1 (June 04 2008)
-
-With this release, we are announcing that the development of PHPMailer for PHP5
-will be our focus from this date on. We have implemented all the enhancements
-and fixes from the latest release of PHPMailer for PHP4.
-
-Far more important, though, is that this release of PHPMailer (v2.1) is
-fully tested with E_STRICT error checking enabled.
-
-** NOTE: WE HAVE A NEW LANGUAGE VARIABLE FOR DIGITALLY SIGNED S/MIME EMAILS.
- IF YOU CAN HELP WITH LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH AND SPANISH, IT WOULD BE
- APPRECIATED.
-
-We have now added S/MIME functionality (ability to digitally sign emails).
-BIG THANKS TO "sergiocambra" for posting this patch back in November 2007.
-The "Signed Emails" functionality adds the Sign method to pass the private key
-filename and the password to read it, and then email will be sent with
-content-type multipart/signed and with the digital signature attached.
-
-A quick note on E_STRICT:
-
-- In about half the test environments the development version was subjected
- to, an error was thrown for the date() functions (used at line 1565 and 1569).
- This is NOT a PHPMailer error, it is the result of an incorrectly configured
- PHP5 installation. The fix is to modify your 'php.ini' file and include the
- date.timezone = America/New York
- directive, (for your own server timezone)
-- If you do get this error, and are unable to access your php.ini file, there is
- a workaround. In your PHP script, add
- date_default_timezone_set('America/Toronto');
-
- * do NOT try to use
- $myVar = date_default_timezone_get();
- as a test, it will throw an error.
-
-We have also included more example files to show the use of "sendmail", "mail()",
-"smtp", and "gmail".
-
-We are also looking for more programmers to join the volunteer development team.
-If you have an interest in this, please let us know.
-
-Enjoy!
-
-
-Version 2.1.0beta1 & beta2
-
-please note, this is BETA software
-** DO NOT USE THIS IN PRODUCTION OR LIVE PROJECTS
-INTENDED STRICTLY FOR TESTING
-
-** NOTE:
-
-As of November 2007, PHPMailer has a new project team headed by industry
-veteran Andy Prevost (codeworxtech). The first release in more than two
-years will focus on fixes, adding ease-of-use enhancements, provide
-basic compatibility with PHP4 and PHP5 using PHP5 backwards compatibility
-features. A new release is planned before year-end 2007 that will provide
-full compatiblity with PHP4 and PHP5, as well as more bug fixes.
-
-We are looking for project developers to assist in restoring PHPMailer to
-its leadership position. Our goals are to simplify use of PHPMailer, provide
-good documentation and examples, and retain backward compatibility to level
-1.7.3 standards.
-
-If you are interested in helping out, visit http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpmailer
-and indicate your interest.
-
-**
-
-http://phpmailer.sourceforge.net/
-
-This software is licenced under the LGPL. Please read LICENSE for information on the
-software availability and distribution.
-
-Class Features:
-- Send emails with multiple TOs, CCs, BCCs and REPLY-TOs
-- Redundant SMTP servers
-- Multipart/alternative emails for mail clients that do not read HTML email
-- Support for 8bit, base64, binary, and quoted-printable encoding
-- Uses the same methods as the very popular AspEmail active server (COM) component
-- SMTP authentication
-- Native language support
-- Word wrap, and more!
-
-Why you might need it:
-
-Many PHP developers utilize email in their code. The only PHP function
-that supports this is the mail() function. However, it does not expose
-any of the popular features that many email clients use nowadays like
-HTML-based emails and attachments. There are two proprietary
-development tools out there that have all the functionality built into
-easy to use classes: AspEmail(tm) and AspMail. Both of these
-programs are COM components only available on Windows. They are also a
-little pricey for smaller projects.
-
-Since I do Linux development I�ve missed these tools for my PHP coding.
-So I built a version myself that implements the same methods (object
-calls) that the Windows-based components do. It is open source and the
-LGPL license allows you to place the class in your proprietary PHP
-projects.
-
-
-Installation:
-
-Copy class.phpmailer.php into your php.ini include_path. If you are
-using the SMTP mailer then place class.smtp.php in your path as well.
-In the language directory you will find several files like
-phpmailer.lang-en.php. If you look right before the .php extension
-that there are two letters. These represent the language type of the
-translation file. For instance "en" is the English file and "br" is
-the Portuguese file. Chose the file that best fits with your language
-and place it in the PHP include path. If your language is English
-then you have nothing more to do. If it is a different language then
-you must point PHPMailer to the correct translation. To do this, call
-the PHPMailer SetLanguage method like so:
-
-// To load the Portuguese version
-$mail->SetLanguage("br", "/optional/path/to/language/directory/");
-
-That's it. You should now be ready to use PHPMailer!
-
-
-A Simple Example:
-
-<?php
-require("class.phpmailer.php");
-
-$mail = new PHPMailer();
-
-$mail->IsSMTP(); // set mailer to use SMTP
-$mail->Host = "smtp1.example.com;smtp2.example.com"; // specify main and backup server
-$mail->SMTPAuth = true; // turn on SMTP authentication
-$mail->Username = "jswan"; // SMTP username
-$mail->Password = "secret"; // SMTP password
-
-$mail->From = "from@example.com";
-$mail->FromName = "Mailer";
-$mail->AddAddress("josh@example.net", "Josh Adams");
-$mail->AddAddress("ellen@example.com"); // name is optional
-$mail->AddReplyTo("info@example.com", "Information");
-
-$mail->WordWrap = 50; // set word wrap to 50 characters
-$mail->AddAttachment("/var/tmp/file.tar.gz"); // add attachments
-$mail->AddAttachment("/tmp/image.jpg", "new.jpg"); // optional name
-$mail->IsHTML(true); // set email format to HTML
-
-$mail->Subject = "Here is the subject";
-$mail->Body = "This is the HTML message body <b>in bold!</b>";
-$mail->AltBody = "This is the body in plain text for non-HTML mail clients";
-
-if(!$mail->Send())
-{
- echo "Message could not be sent. <p>";
- echo "Mailer Error: " . $mail->ErrorInfo;
- exit;
-}
-
-echo "Message has been sent";
-?>
-
-CHANGELOG
-
-See ChangeLog.txt
-
-Download: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=26031
-
-Andy Prevost
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-ChangeLog
-
-NOTE: THIS VERSION OF PHPMAILER IS DESIGNED FOR PHP5/PHP6.
- IT WILL NOT WORK WITH PHP4.
-
-Version 5.2.1 (January 16, 2012)
-* Closed several bugs
-* Performance improvements
-* MsgHTML() now returns the message as required.
-* New method: GetSentMIMEMessage() (returns full copy of sent message)
-
-Version 5.2 (July 19, 2011)
-* protected MIME body and header
-* better DKIM DNS Resource Record support
-* better aly handling
-* htmlfilter class added to extras
-* moved to Apache Extras
-
-Version 5.1 (October 20, 2009)
-* fixed filename issue with AddStringAttachment (thanks to Tony)
-* fixed "SingleTo" property, now works with Senmail, Qmail, and SMTP in
- addition to PHP mail()
-* added DKIM digital signing functionality
- New properties:
- - DKIM_domain (sets the domain name)
- - DKIM_private (holds DKIM private key)
- - DKIM_passphrase (holds your DKIM passphrase)
- - DKIM_selector (holds the DKIM "selector")
- - DKIM_identity (holds the identifying email address)
-* added callback function support
- - callback function parameters include:
- result, to, cc, bcc, subject and body
- * see the test/test_callback.php file for usage.
-* added "auto" identity functionality
- - can automatically add:
- - Return-path (if Sender not set)
- - Reply-To (if ReplyTo not set)
- - can be disabled:
- - $mail->SetFrom('yourname@yourdomain.com','First Last',false);
- - or by adding the $mail->Sender and/or $mail->ReplyTo properties
- Note: "auto" identity added to help with emails ending up in spam
- or junk boxes because of missing headers
-
-Version 5.0.2 (May 24, 2009)
-* Fix for missing attachments when inline graphics are present
-* Fix for missing Cc in header when using SMTP (mail was sent,
- but not displayed in header -- Cc receiver only saw email To:
- line and no Cc line, but did get the email (To receiver
- saw same)
-
-Version 5.0.1 (April 05, 2009)
-* Temporary fix for missing attachments
-
-Version 5.0.0 (April 02, 2009)
-
-* With the release of this version, we are initiating a new version numbering
- system to differentiate from the PHP4 version of PHPMailer.
-* Most notable in this release is fully object oriented code.
-class.smtp.php:
-* Refactored class.smtp.php to support new exception handling
- code size reduced from 29.2 Kb to 25.6 Kb
-* Removed unnecessary functions from class.smtp.php:
- public function Expand($name) {
- public function Help($keyword="") {
- public function Noop() {
- public function Send($from) {
- public function SendOrMail($from) {
- public function Verify($name) {
-class.phpmailer.php:
-* Refactored class.phpmailer.php with new exception handling
-* Changed processing functionality of Sendmail and Qmail so they cannot be
- inadvertently used
-* removed getFile() function, just became a simple wrapper for
- file_get_contents()
-* added check for PHP version (will gracefully exit if not at least PHP 5.0)
-class.phpmailer.php enhancements
-* enhanced code to check if an attachment source is the same as an embedded or
- inline graphic source to eliminate duplicate attachments
-New /test_script
-* We have written a test script you can use to test the script as part of your
- installation. Once you press submit, the test script will send a multi-mime
- email with either the message you type in or an HTML email with an inline
- graphic. Two attachments are included in the email (one of the attachments
- is also the inline graphic so you can see that only one copy of the graphic
- is sent in the email). The test script will also display the functional
- script that you can copy/paste to your editor to duplicate the functionality.
-New examples
-* All new examples in both basic and advanced modes. Advanced examples show
- Exception handling.
-PHPDocumentator (phpdocs) documentation for PHPMailer version 5.0.0
-* all new documentation
-
-Please note: the website has been updated to reflect the changes in PHPMailer
-version 5.0.0. http://phpmailer.codeworxtech.com/
-
-Version 2.3 (November 06, 2008)
-
-* added Arabic language (many thanks to Bahjat Al Mostafa)
-* removed English language from language files and made it a default within
- class.phpmailer.php - if no language is found, it will default to use
- the english language translation
-* fixed public/private declarations
-* corrected line 1728, $basedir to $directory
-* added $sign_cert_file to avoid improper duplicate use of $sign_key_file
-* corrected $this->Hello on line 612 to $this->Helo
-* changed default of $LE to "\r\n" to comply with RFC 2822. Can be set by the user
- if default is not acceptable
-* removed trim() from return results in EncodeQP
-* /test and three files it contained are removed from version 2.3
-* fixed phpunit.php for compliance with PHP5
-* changed $this->AltBody = $textMsg; to $this->AltBody = html_entity_decode($textMsg);
-* We have removed the /phpdoc from the downloads. All documentation is now on
- the http://phpmailer.codeworxtech.com website.
-
-Version 2.2.1 () July 19 2008
-
-* fixed line 1092 in class.smtp.php (my apologies, error on my part)
-
-Version 2.2 () July 15 2008
-
-* Fixed redirect issue (display of UTF-8 in thank you redirect)
-* fixed error in getResponse function declaration (class.pop3.php)
-* PHPMailer now PHP6 compliant
-* fixed line 1092 in class.smtp.php (endless loop from missing = sign)
-
-Version 2.1 (Wed, June 04 2008)
-
-** NOTE: WE HAVE A NEW LANGUAGE VARIABLE FOR DIGITALLY SIGNED S/MIME EMAILS.
- IF YOU CAN HELP WITH LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH AND SPANISH, IT WOULD BE
- APPRECIATED.
-
-* added S/MIME functionality (ability to digitally sign emails)
- BIG THANKS TO "sergiocambra" for posting this patch back in November 2007.
- The "Signed Emails" functionality adds the Sign method to pass the private key
- filename and the password to read it, and then email will be sent with
- content-type multipart/signed and with the digital signature attached.
-* fully compatible with E_STRICT error level
- - Please note:
- In about half the test environments this development version was subjected
- to, an error was thrown for the date() functions used (line 1565 and 1569).
- This is NOT a PHPMailer error, it is the result of an incorrectly configured
- PHP5 installation. The fix is to modify your 'php.ini' file and include the
- date.timezone = America/New York
- directive, to your own server timezone
- - If you do get this error, and are unable to access your php.ini file:
- In your PHP script, add
- date_default_timezone_set('America/Toronto');
- - do not try to use
- $myVar = date_default_timezone_get();
- as a test, it will throw an error.
-* added ability to define path (mainly for embedded images)
- function MsgHTML($message,$basedir='') ... where:
- $basedir is the fully qualified path
-* fixed MsgHTML() function:
- - Embedded Images where images are specified by <protocol>:// will not be altered or embedded
-* fixed the return value of SMTP exit code ( pclose )
-* addressed issue of multibyte characters in subject line and truncating
-* added ability to have user specified Message ID
- (default is still that PHPMailer create a unique Message ID)
-* corrected unidentified message type to 'application/octet-stream'
-* fixed chunk_split() multibyte issue (thanks to Colin Brown, et al).
-* added check for added attachments
-* enhanced conversion of HTML to text in MsgHTML (thanks to "brunny")
-
-Version 2.1.0beta2 (Sun, Dec 02 2007)
-* implemented updated EncodeQP (thanks to coolbru, aka Marcus Bointon)
-* finished all testing, all known bugs corrected, enhancements tested
-- note: will NOT work with PHP4.
-
-please note, this is BETA software
-** DO NOT USE THIS IN PRODUCTION OR LIVE PROJECTS
-INTENDED STRICTLY FOR TESTING
-
-Version 2.1.0beta1
-please note, this is BETA software
-** DO NOT USE THIS IN PRODUCTION OR LIVE PROJECTS
-INTENDED STRICTLY FOR TESTING
-
-Version 2.0.0 rc2 (Fri, Nov 16 2007), interim release
-* implements new property to control VERP in class.smtp.php
- example (requires instantiating class.smtp.php):
- $mail->do_verp = true;
-* POP-before-SMTP functionality included, thanks to Richard Davey
- (see class.pop3.php & pop3_before_smtp_test.php for examples)
-* included example showing how to use PHPMailer with GMAIL
-* fixed the missing Cc in SendMail() and Mail()
-
-******************
-A note on sending bulk emails:
-
-If the email you are sending is not personalized, consider using the
-"undisclosed-recipient:;" strategy. That is, put all of your recipients
-in the Bcc field and set the To field to "undisclosed-recipients:;".
-It's a lot faster (only one send) and saves quite a bit on resources.
-Contrary to some opinions, this will not get you listed in spam engines -
-it's a legitimate way for you to send emails.
-
-A partial example for use with PHPMailer:
-
-$mail->AddAddress("undisclosed-recipients:;");
-$mail->AddBCC("email1@anydomain.com,email2@anyotherdomain.com,email3@anyalternatedomain.com");
-
-Many email service providers restrict the number of emails that can be sent
-in any given time period. Often that is between 50 - 60 emails maximum
-per hour or per send session.
-
-If that's the case, then break up your Bcc lists into chunks that are one
-less than your limit, and put a pause in your script.
-*******************
-
-Version 2.0.0 rc1 (Thu, Nov 08 2007), interim release
-* dramatically simplified using inline graphics ... it's fully automated and requires no user input
-* added automatic document type detection for attachments and pictures
-* added MsgHTML() function to replace Body tag for HTML emails
-* fixed the SendMail security issues (input validation vulnerability)
-* enhanced the AddAddresses functionality so that the "Name" portion is used in the email address
-* removed the need to use the AltBody method (set from the HTML, or default text used)
-* set the PHP Mail() function as the default (still support SendMail, SMTP Mail)
-* removed the need to set the IsHTML property (set automatically)
-* added Estonian language file by Indrek P&auml;ri
-* added header injection patch
-* added "set" method to permit users to create their own pseudo-properties like 'X-Headers', etc.
- example of use:
- $mail->set('X-Priority', '3');
- $mail->set('X-MSMail-Priority', 'Normal');
-* fixed warning message in SMTP get_lines method
-* added TLS/SSL SMTP support
- example of use:
- $mail = new PHPMailer();
- $mail->Mailer = "smtp";
- $mail->Host = "smtp.example.com";
- $mail->SMTPSecure = "tls"; // option
- //$mail->SMTPSecure = "ssl"; // option
- ...
- $mail->Send();
-* PHPMailer has been tested with PHP4 (4.4.7) and PHP5 (5.2.7)
-* Works with PHP installed as a module or as CGI-PHP
-- NOTE: will NOT work with PHP5 in E_STRICT error mode
-
-Version 1.73 (Sun, Jun 10 2005)
-* Fixed denial of service bug: http://www.cybsec.com/vuln/PHPMailer-DOS.pdf
-* Now has a total of 20 translations
-* Fixed alt attachments bug: http://tinyurl.com/98u9k
-
-Version 1.72 (Wed, May 25 2004)
-* Added Dutch, Swedish, Czech, Norwegian, and Turkish translations.
-* Received: Removed this method because spam filter programs like
-SpamAssassin reject this header.
-* Fixed error count bug.
-* SetLanguage default is now "language/".
-* Fixed magic_quotes_runtime bug.
-
-Version 1.71 (Tue, Jul 28 2003)
-* Made several speed enhancements
-* Added German and Italian translation files
-* Fixed HELO/AUTH bugs on keep-alive connects
-* Now provides an error message if language file does not load
-* Fixed attachment EOL bug
-* Updated some unclear documentation
-* Added additional tests and improved others
-
-Version 1.70 (Mon, Jun 20 2003)
-* Added SMTP keep-alive support
-* Added IsError method for error detection
-* Added error message translation support (SetLanguage)
-* Refactored many methods to increase library performance
-* Hello now sends the newer EHLO message before HELO as per RFC 2821
-* Removed the boundary class and replaced it with GetBoundary
-* Removed queue support methods
-* New $Hostname variable
-* New Message-ID header
-* Received header reformat
-* Helo variable default changed to $Hostname
-* Removed extra spaces in Content-Type definition (#667182)
-* Return-Path should be set to Sender when set
-* Adds Q or B encoding to headers when necessary
-* quoted-encoding should now encode NULs \000
-* Fixed encoding of body/AltBody (#553370)
-* Adds "To: undisclosed-recipients:;" when all recipients are hidden (BCC)
-* Multiple bug fixes
-
-Version 1.65 (Fri, Aug 09 2002)
-* Fixed non-visible attachment bug (#585097) for Outlook
-* SMTP connections are now closed after each transaction
-* Fixed SMTP::Expand return value
-* Converted SMTP class documentation to phpDocumentor format
-
-Version 1.62 (Wed, Jun 26 2002)
-* Fixed multi-attach bug
-* Set proper word wrapping
-* Reduced memory use with attachments
-* Added more debugging
-* Changed documentation to phpDocumentor format
-
-Version 1.60 (Sat, Mar 30 2002)
-* Sendmail pipe and address patch (Christian Holtje)
-* Added embedded image and read confirmation support (A. Ognio)
-* Added unit tests
-* Added SMTP timeout support (*nix only)
-* Added possibly temporary PluginDir variable for SMTP class
-* Added LE message line ending variable
-* Refactored boundary and attachment code
-* Eliminated SMTP class warnings
-* Added SendToQueue method for future queuing support
-
-Version 1.54 (Wed, Dec 19 2001)
-* Add some queuing support code
-* Fixed a pesky multi/alt bug
-* Messages are no longer forced to have "To" addresses
-
-Version 1.50 (Thu, Nov 08 2001)
-* Fix extra lines when not using SMTP mailer
-* Set WordWrap variable to int with a zero default
-
-Version 1.47 (Tue, Oct 16 2001)
-* Fixed Received header code format
-* Fixed AltBody order error
-* Fixed alternate port warning
-
-Version 1.45 (Tue, Sep 25 2001)
-* Added enhanced SMTP debug support
-* Added support for multiple ports on SMTP
-* Added Received header for tracing
-* Fixed AddStringAttachment encoding
-* Fixed possible header name quote bug
-* Fixed wordwrap() trim bug
-* Couple other small bug fixes
-
-Version 1.41 (Wed, Aug 22 2001)
-* Fixed AltBody bug w/o attachments
-* Fixed rfc_date() for certain mail servers
-
-Version 1.40 (Sun, Aug 12 2001)
-* Added multipart/alternative support (AltBody)
-* Documentation update
-* Fixed bug in Mercury MTA
-
-Version 1.29 (Fri, Aug 03 2001)
-* Added AddStringAttachment() method
-* Added SMTP authentication support
-
-Version 1.28 (Mon, Jul 30 2001)
-* Fixed a typo in SMTP class
-* Fixed header issue with Imail (win32) SMTP server
-* Made fopen() calls for attachments use "rb" to fix win32 error
-
-Version 1.25 (Mon, Jul 02 2001)
-* Added RFC 822 date fix (Patrice)
-* Added improved error handling by adding a $ErrorInfo variable
-* Removed MailerDebug variable (obsolete with new error handler)
-
-Version 1.20 (Mon, Jun 25 2001)
-* Added quoted-printable encoding (Patrice)
-* Set Version as public and removed PrintVersion()
-* Changed phpdoc to only display public variables and methods
-
-Version 1.19 (Thu, Jun 21 2001)
-* Fixed MS Mail header bug
-* Added fix for Bcc problem with mail(). *Does not work on Win32*
- (See PHP bug report: http://www.php.net/bugs.php?id=11616)
-* mail() no longer passes a fifth parameter when not needed
-
-Version 1.15 (Fri, Jun 15 2001)
-[Note: these changes contributed by Patrice Fournier]
-* Changed all remaining \n to \r\n
-* Bcc: header no longer writen to message except
-when sent directly to sendmail
-* Added a small message to non-MIME compliant mail reader
-* Added Sender variable to change the Sender email
-used in -f for sendmail/mail and in 'MAIL FROM' for smtp mode
-* Changed boundary setting to a place it will be set only once
-* Removed transfer encoding for whole message when using multipart
-* Message body now uses Encoding in multipart messages
-* Can set encoding and type to attachments 7bit, 8bit
-and binary attachment are sent as is, base64 are encoded
-* Can set Encoding to base64 to send 8 bits body
-through 7 bits servers
-
-Version 1.10 (Tue, Jun 12 2001)
-* Fixed win32 mail header bug (printed out headers in message body)
-
-Version 1.09 (Fri, Jun 08 2001)
-* Changed date header to work with Netscape mail programs
-* Altered phpdoc documentation
-
-Version 1.08 (Tue, Jun 05 2001)
-* Added enhanced error-checking
-* Added phpdoc documentation to source
-
-Version 1.06 (Fri, Jun 01 2001)
-* Added optional name for file attachments
-
-Version 1.05 (Tue, May 29 2001)
-* Code cleanup
-* Eliminated sendmail header warning message
-* Fixed possible SMTP error
-
-Version 1.03 (Thu, May 24 2001)
-* Fixed problem where qmail sends out duplicate messages
-
-Version 1.02 (Wed, May 23 2001)
-* Added multiple recipient and attachment Clear* methods
-* Added Sendmail public variable
-* Fixed problem with loading SMTP library multiple times
-
-Version 0.98 (Tue, May 22 2001)
-* Fixed problem with redundant mail hosts sending out multiple messages
-* Added additional error handler code
-* Added AddCustomHeader() function
-* Added support for Microsoft mail client headers (affects priority)
-* Fixed small bug with Mailer variable
-* Added PrintVersion() function
-
-Version 0.92 (Tue, May 15 2001)
-* Changed file names to class.phpmailer.php and class.smtp.php to match
- current PHP class trend.
-* Fixed problem where body not being printed when a message is attached
-* Several small bug fixes
-
-Version 0.90 (Tue, April 17 2001)
-* Intial public release
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@@ -1,2532 +0,0 @@
-<?php
-/*~ class.phpmailer.php
-.---------------------------------------------------------------------------.
-| Software: PHPMailer - PHP email class |
-| Version: 5.2.1 |
-| Site: https://code.google.com/a/apache-extras.org/p/phpmailer/ |
-| ------------------------------------------------------------------------- |
-| Admin: Jim Jagielski (project admininistrator) |
-| Authors: Andy Prevost (codeworxtech) codeworxtech@users.sourceforge.net |
-| : Marcus Bointon (coolbru) coolbru@users.sourceforge.net |
-| : Jim Jagielski (jimjag) jimjag@gmail.com |
-| Founder: Brent R. Matzelle (original founder) |
-| Copyright (c) 2010-2012, Jim Jagielski. All Rights Reserved. |
-| Copyright (c) 2004-2009, Andy Prevost. All Rights Reserved. |
-| Copyright (c) 2001-2003, Brent R. Matzelle |
-| ------------------------------------------------------------------------- |
-| License: Distributed under the Lesser General Public License (LGPL) |
-| http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/lesser.html |
-| This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful - WITHOUT |
-| ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or |
-| FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. |
-'---------------------------------------------------------------------------'
-*/
-
-/**
- * PHPMailer - PHP email transport class
- * NOTE: Requires PHP version 5 or later
- * @package PHPMailer
- * @author Andy Prevost
- * @author Marcus Bointon
- * @author Jim Jagielski
- * @copyright 2010 - 2012 Jim Jagielski
- * @copyright 2004 - 2009 Andy Prevost
- * @version $Id: class.phpmailer.php 450 2010-06-23 16:46:33Z coolbru $
- * @license http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/lesser.html GNU Lesser General Public License
- */
-
-if (version_compare(PHP_VERSION, '5.0.0', '<') ) exit("Sorry, this version of PHPMailer will only run on PHP version 5 or greater!\n");
-
-class PHPMailer {
-
- /////////////////////////////////////////////////
- // PROPERTIES, PUBLIC
- /////////////////////////////////////////////////
-
- /**
- * Email priority (1 = High, 3 = Normal, 5 = low).
- * @var int
- */
- public $Priority = 3;
-
- /**
- * Sets the CharSet of the message.
- * @var string
- */
- public $CharSet = 'iso-8859-1';
-
- /**
- * Sets the Content-type of the message.
- * @var string
- */
- public $ContentType = 'text/plain';
-
- /**
- * Sets the Encoding of the message. Options for this are
- * "8bit", "7bit", "binary", "base64", and "quoted-printable".
- * @var string
- */
- public $Encoding = '8bit';
-
- /**
- * Holds the most recent mailer error message.
- * @var string
- */
- public $ErrorInfo = '';
-
- /**
- * Sets the From email address for the message.
- * @var string
- */
- public $From = 'root@localhost';
-
- /**
- * Sets the From name of the message.
- * @var string
- */
- public $FromName = 'Root User';
-
- /**
- * Sets the Sender email (Return-Path) of the message. If not empty,
- * will be sent via -f to sendmail or as 'MAIL FROM' in smtp mode.
- * @var string
- */
- public $Sender = '';
-
- /**
- * Sets the Subject of the message.
- * @var string
- */
- public $Subject = '';
-
- /**
- * Sets the Body of the message. This can be either an HTML or text body.
- * If HTML then run IsHTML(true).
- * @var string
- */
- public $Body = '';
-
- /**
- * Sets the text-only body of the message. This automatically sets the
- * email to multipart/alternative. This body can be read by mail
- * clients that do not have HTML email capability such as mutt. Clients
- * that can read HTML will view the normal Body.
- * @var string
- */
- public $AltBody = '';
-
- /**
- * Stores the complete compiled MIME message body.
- * @var string
- * @access protected
- */
- protected $MIMEBody = '';
-
- /**
- * Stores the complete compiled MIME message headers.
- * @var string
- * @access protected
- */
- protected $MIMEHeader = '';
-
- /**
- * Stores the complete sent MIME message (Body and Headers)
- * @var string
- * @access protected
- */
- protected $SentMIMEMessage = '';
-
- /**
- * Sets word wrapping on the body of the message to a given number of
- * characters.
- * @var int
- */
- public $WordWrap = 0;
-
- /**
- * Method to send mail: ("mail", "sendmail", or "smtp").
- * @var string
- */
- public $Mailer = 'mail';
-
- /**
- * Sets the path of the sendmail program.
- * @var string
- */
- public $Sendmail = '/usr/sbin/sendmail';
-
- /**
- * Path to PHPMailer plugins. Useful if the SMTP class
- * is in a different directory than the PHP include path.
- * @var string
- */
- public $PluginDir = '';
-
- /**
- * Sets the email address that a reading confirmation will be sent.
- * @var string
- */
- public $ConfirmReadingTo = '';
-
- /**
- * Sets the hostname to use in Message-Id and Received headers
- * and as default HELO string. If empty, the value returned
- * by SERVER_NAME is used or 'localhost.localdomain'.
- * @var string
- */
- public $Hostname = '';
-
- /**
- * Sets the message ID to be used in the Message-Id header.
- * If empty, a unique id will be generated.
- * @var string
- */
- public $MessageID = '';
-
- /////////////////////////////////////////////////
- // PROPERTIES FOR SMTP
- /////////////////////////////////////////////////
-
- /**
- * Sets the SMTP hosts. All hosts must be separated by a
- * semicolon. You can also specify a different port
- * for each host by using this format: [hostname:port]
- * (e.g. "smtp1.example.com:25;smtp2.example.com").
- * Hosts will be tried in order.
- * @var string
- */
- public $Host = 'localhost';
-
- /**
- * Sets the default SMTP server port.
- * @var int
- */
- public $Port = 25;
-
- /**
- * Sets the SMTP HELO of the message (Default is $Hostname).
- * @var string
- */
- public $Helo = '';
-
- /**
- * Sets connection prefix.
- * Options are "", "ssl" or "tls"
- * @var string
- */
- public $SMTPSecure = '';
-
- /**
- * Sets SMTP authentication. Utilizes the Username and Password variables.
- * @var bool
- */
- public $SMTPAuth = false;
-
- /**
- * Sets SMTP username.
- * @var string
- */
- public $Username = '';
-
- /**
- * Sets SMTP password.
- * @var string
- */
- public $Password = '';
-
- /**
- * Sets the SMTP server timeout in seconds.
- * This function will not work with the win32 version.
- * @var int
- */
- public $Timeout = 10;
-
- /**
- * Sets SMTP class debugging on or off.
- * @var bool
- */
- public $SMTPDebug = false;
-
- /**
- * Prevents the SMTP connection from being closed after each mail
- * sending. If this is set to true then to close the connection
- * requires an explicit call to SmtpClose().
- * @var bool
- */
- public $SMTPKeepAlive = false;
-
- /**
- * Provides the ability to have the TO field process individual
- * emails, instead of sending to entire TO addresses
- * @var bool
- */
- public $SingleTo = false;
-
- /**
- * If SingleTo is true, this provides the array to hold the email addresses
- * @var bool
- */
- public $SingleToArray = array();
-
- /**
- * Provides the ability to change the line ending
- * @var string
- */
- public $LE = "\n";
-
- /**
- * Used with DKIM DNS Resource Record
- * @var string
- */
- public $DKIM_selector = 'phpmailer';
-
- /**
- * Used with DKIM DNS Resource Record
- * optional, in format of email address 'you@yourdomain.com'
- * @var string
- */
- public $DKIM_identity = '';
-
- /**
- * Used with DKIM DNS Resource Record
- * @var string
- */
- public $DKIM_passphrase = '';
-
- /**
- * Used with DKIM DNS Resource Record
- * optional, in format of email address 'you@yourdomain.com'
- * @var string
- */
- public $DKIM_domain = '';
-
- /**
- * Used with DKIM DNS Resource Record
- * optional, in format of email address 'you@yourdomain.com'
- * @var string
- */
- public $DKIM_private = '';
-
- /**
- * Callback Action function name
- * the function that handles the result of the send email action. Parameters:
- * bool $result result of the send action
- * string $to email address of the recipient
- * string $cc cc email addresses
- * string $bcc bcc email addresses
- * string $subject the subject
- * string $body the email body
- * @var string
- */
- public $action_function = ''; //'callbackAction';
-
- /**
- * Sets the PHPMailer Version number
- * @var string
- */
- public $Version = '5.2.1';
-
- /**
- * What to use in the X-Mailer header
- * @var string
- */
- public $XMailer = '';
-
- /////////////////////////////////////////////////
- // PROPERTIES, PRIVATE AND PROTECTED
- /////////////////////////////////////////////////
-
- protected $smtp = NULL;
- protected $to = array();
- protected $cc = array();
- protected $bcc = array();
- protected $ReplyTo = array();
- protected $all_recipients = array();
- protected $attachment = array();
- protected $CustomHeader = array();
- protected $message_type = '';
- protected $boundary = array();
- protected $language = array();
- protected $error_count = 0;
- protected $sign_cert_file = '';
- protected $sign_key_file = '';
- protected $sign_key_pass = '';
- protected $exceptions = false;
-
- /////////////////////////////////////////////////
- // CONSTANTS
- /////////////////////////////////////////////////
-
- const STOP_MESSAGE = 0; // message only, continue processing
- const STOP_CONTINUE = 1; // message?, likely ok to continue processing
- const STOP_CRITICAL = 2; // message, plus full stop, critical error reached
-
- /////////////////////////////////////////////////
- // METHODS, VARIABLES
- /////////////////////////////////////////////////
-
- /**
- * Constructor
- * @param boolean $exceptions Should we throw external exceptions?
- */
- public function __construct($exceptions = false) {
- $this->exceptions = ($exceptions == true);
- }
-
- /**
- * Sets message type to HTML.
- * @param bool $ishtml
- * @return void
- */
- public function IsHTML($ishtml = true) {
- if ($ishtml) {
- $this->ContentType = 'text/html';
- } else {
- $this->ContentType = 'text/plain';
- }
- }
-
- /**
- * Sets Mailer to send message using SMTP.
- * @return void
- */
- public function IsSMTP() {
- $this->Mailer = 'smtp';
- }
-
- /**
- * Sets Mailer to send message using PHP mail() function.
- * @return void
- */
- public function IsMail() {
- $this->Mailer = 'mail';
- }
-
- /**
- * Sets Mailer to send message using the $Sendmail program.
- * @return void
- */
- public function IsSendmail() {
- if (!stristr(ini_get('sendmail_path'), 'sendmail')) {
- $this->Sendmail = '/var/qmail/bin/sendmail';
- }
- $this->Mailer = 'sendmail';
- }
-
- /**
- * Sets Mailer to send message using the qmail MTA.
- * @return void
- */
- public function IsQmail() {
- if (stristr(ini_get('sendmail_path'), 'qmail')) {
- $this->Sendmail = '/var/qmail/bin/sendmail';
- }
- $this->Mailer = 'sendmail';
- }
-
- /////////////////////////////////////////////////
- // METHODS, RECIPIENTS
- /////////////////////////////////////////////////
-
- /**
- * Adds a "To" address.
- * @param string $address
- * @param string $name
- * @return boolean true on success, false if address already used
- */
- public function AddAddress($address, $name = '') {
- return $this->AddAnAddress('to', $address, $name);
- }
-
- /**
- * Adds a "Cc" address.
- * Note: this function works with the SMTP mailer on win32, not with the "mail" mailer.
- * @param string $address
- * @param string $name
- * @return boolean true on success, false if address already used
- */
- public function AddCC($address, $name = '') {
- return $this->AddAnAddress('cc', $address, $name);
- }
-
- /**
- * Adds a "Bcc" address.
- * Note: this function works with the SMTP mailer on win32, not with the "mail" mailer.
- * @param string $address
- * @param string $name
- * @return boolean true on success, false if address already used
- */
- public function AddBCC($address, $name = '') {
- return $this->AddAnAddress('bcc', $address, $name);
- }
-
- /**
- * Adds a "Reply-to" address.
- * @param string $address
- * @param string $name
- * @return boolean
- */
- public function AddReplyTo($address, $name = '') {
- return $this->AddAnAddress('Reply-To', $address, $name);
- }
-
- /**
- * Adds an address to one of the recipient arrays
- * Addresses that have been added already return false, but do not throw exceptions
- * @param string $kind One of 'to', 'cc', 'bcc', 'ReplyTo'
- * @param string $address The email address to send to
- * @param string $name
- * @return boolean true on success, false if address already used or invalid in some way
- * @access protected
- */
- protected function AddAnAddress($kind, $address, $name = '') {
- if (!preg_match('/^(to|cc|bcc|Reply-To)$/', $kind)) {
- $this->SetError($this->Lang('Invalid recipient array').': '.$kind);
- if ($this->exceptions) {
- throw new phpmailerException('Invalid recipient array: ' . $kind);
- }
- if ($this->SMTPDebug) {
- echo $this->Lang('Invalid recipient array').': '.$kind;
- }
- return false;
- }
- $address = trim($address);
- $name = trim(preg_replace('/[\r\n]+/', '', $name)); //Strip breaks and trim
- if (!self::ValidateAddress($address)) {
- $this->SetError($this->Lang('invalid_address').': '. $address);
- if ($this->exceptions) {
- throw new phpmailerException($this->Lang('invalid_address').': '.$address);
- }
- if ($this->SMTPDebug) {
- echo $this->Lang('invalid_address').': '.$address;
- }
- return false;
- }
- if ($kind != 'Reply-To') {
- if (!isset($this->all_recipients[strtolower($address)])) {
- array_push($this->$kind, array($address, $name));
- $this->all_recipients[strtolower($address)] = true;
- return true;
- }
- } else {
- if (!array_key_exists(strtolower($address), $this->ReplyTo)) {
- $this->ReplyTo[strtolower($address)] = array($address, $name);
- return true;
- }
- }
- return false;
-}
-
-/**
- * Set the From and FromName properties
- * @param string $address
- * @param string $name
- * @return boolean
- */
- public function SetFrom($address, $name = '', $auto = 1) {
- $address = trim($address);
- $name = trim(preg_replace('/[\r\n]+/', '', $name)); //Strip breaks and trim
- if (!self::ValidateAddress($address)) {
- $this->SetError($this->Lang('invalid_address').': '. $address);
- if ($this->exceptions) {
- throw new phpmailerException($this->Lang('invalid_address').': '.$address);
- }
- if ($this->SMTPDebug) {
- echo $this->Lang('invalid_address').': '.$address;
- }
- return false;
- }
- $this->From = $address;
- $this->FromName = $name;
- if ($auto) {
- if (empty($this->ReplyTo)) {
- $this->AddAnAddress('Reply-To', $address, $name);
- }
- if (empty($this->Sender)) {
- $this->Sender = $address;
- }
- }
- return true;
- }
-
- /**
- * Check that a string looks roughly like an email address should
- * Static so it can be used without instantiation
- * Tries to use PHP built-in validator in the filter extension (from PHP 5.2), falls back to a reasonably competent regex validator
- * Conforms approximately to RFC2822
- * @link http://www.hexillion.com/samples/#Regex Original pattern found here
- * @param string $address The email address to check
- * @return boolean
- * @static
- * @access public
- */
- public static function ValidateAddress($address) {
- if (function_exists('filter_var')) { //Introduced in PHP 5.2
- if(filter_var($address, FILTER_VALIDATE_EMAIL) === FALSE) {
- return false;
- } else {
- return true;
- }
- } else {
- return preg_match('/^(?:[\w\!\#\$\%\&\'\*\+\-\/\=\?\^\`\{\|\}\~]+\.)*[\w\!\#\$\%\&\'\*\+\-\/\=\?\^\`\{\|\}\~]+@(?:(?:(?:[a-zA-Z0-9_](?:[a-zA-Z0-9_\-](?!\.)){0,61}[a-zA-Z0-9_-]?\.)+[a-zA-Z0-9_](?:[a-zA-Z0-9_\-](?!$)){0,61}[a-zA-Z0-9_]?)|(?:\[(?:(?:[01]?\d{1,2}|2[0-4]\d|25[0-5])\.){3}(?:[01]?\d{1,2}|2[0-4]\d|25[0-5])\]))$/', $address);
- }
- }
-
- /////////////////////////////////////////////////
- // METHODS, MAIL SENDING
- /////////////////////////////////////////////////
-
- /**
- * Creates message and assigns Mailer. If the message is
- * not sent successfully then it returns false. Use the ErrorInfo
- * variable to view description of the error.
- * @return bool
- */
- public function Send() {
- try {
- if(!$this->PreSend()) return false;
- return $this->PostSend();
- } catch (phpmailerException $e) {
- $this->SentMIMEMessage = '';
- $this->SetError($e->getMessage());
- if ($this->exceptions) {
- throw $e;
- }
- return false;
- }
- }
-
- protected function PreSend() {
- try {
- $mailHeader = "";
- if ((count($this->to) + count($this->cc) + count($this->bcc)) < 1) {
- throw new phpmailerException($this->Lang('provide_address'), self::STOP_CRITICAL);
- }
-
- // Set whether the message is multipart/alternative
- if(!empty($this->AltBody)) {
- $this->ContentType = 'multipart/alternative';
- }
-
- $this->error_count = 0; // reset errors
- $this->SetMessageType();
- //Refuse to send an empty message
- if (empty($this->Body)) {
- throw new phpmailerException($this->Lang('empty_message'), self::STOP_CRITICAL);
- }
-
- $this->MIMEHeader = $this->CreateHeader();
- $this->MIMEBody = $this->CreateBody();
-
- // To capture the complete message when using mail(), create
- // an extra header list which CreateHeader() doesn't fold in
- if ($this->Mailer == 'mail') {
- if (count($this->to) > 0) {
- $mailHeader .= $this->AddrAppend("To", $this->to);
- } else {
- $mailHeader .= $this->HeaderLine("To", "undisclosed-recipients:;");
- }
- $mailHeader .= $this->HeaderLine('Subject', $this->EncodeHeader($this->SecureHeader(trim($this->Subject))));
- // if(count($this->cc) > 0) {
- // $mailHeader .= $this->AddrAppend("Cc", $this->cc);
- // }
- }
-
- // digitally sign with DKIM if enabled
- if ($this->DKIM_domain && $this->DKIM_private) {
- $header_dkim = $this->DKIM_Add($this->MIMEHeader, $this->EncodeHeader($this->SecureHeader($this->Subject)), $this->MIMEBody);
- $this->MIMEHeader = str_replace("\r\n", "\n", $header_dkim) . $this->MIMEHeader;
- }
-
- $this->SentMIMEMessage = sprintf("%s%s\r\n\r\n%s",$this->MIMEHeader,$mailHeader,$this->MIMEBody);
- return true;
-
- } catch (phpmailerException $e) {
- $this->SetError($e->getMessage());
- if ($this->exceptions) {
- throw $e;
- }
- return false;
- }
- }
-
- protected function PostSend() {
- try {
- // Choose the mailer and send through it
- switch($this->Mailer) {
- case 'sendmail':
- return $this->SendmailSend($this->MIMEHeader, $this->MIMEBody);
- case 'smtp':
- return $this->SmtpSend($this->MIMEHeader, $this->MIMEBody);
- case 'mail':
- return $this->MailSend($this->MIMEHeader, $this->MIMEBody);
- default:
- return $this->MailSend($this->MIMEHeader, $this->MIMEBody);
- }
-
- } catch (phpmailerException $e) {
- $this->SetError($e->getMessage());
- if ($this->exceptions) {
- throw $e;
- }
- if ($this->SMTPDebug) {
- echo $e->getMessage()."\n";
- }
- return false;
- }
- }
-
- /**
- * Sends mail using the $Sendmail program.
- * @param string $header The message headers
- * @param string $body The message body
- * @access protected
- * @return bool
- */
- protected function SendmailSend($header, $body) {
- if ($this->Sender != '') {
- $sendmail = sprintf("%s -oi -f %s -t", escapeshellcmd($this->Sendmail), escapeshellarg($this->Sender));
- } else {
- $sendmail = sprintf("%s -oi -t", escapeshellcmd($this->Sendmail));
- }
- if ($this->SingleTo === true) {
- foreach ($this->SingleToArray as $key => $val) {
- if(!@$mail = popen($sendmail, 'w')) {
- throw new phpmailerException($this->Lang('execute') . $this->Sendmail, self::STOP_CRITICAL);
- }
- fputs($mail, "To: " . $val . "\n");
- fputs($mail, $header);
- fputs($mail, $body);
- $result = pclose($mail);
- // implement call back function if it exists
- $isSent = ($result == 0) ? 1 : 0;
- $this->doCallback($isSent, $val, $this->cc, $this->bcc, $this->Subject, $body);
- if($result != 0) {
- throw new phpmailerException($this->Lang('execute') . $this->Sendmail, self::STOP_CRITICAL);
- }
- }
- } else {
- if(!@$mail = popen($sendmail, 'w')) {
- throw new phpmailerException($this->Lang('execute') . $this->Sendmail, self::STOP_CRITICAL);
- }
- fputs($mail, $header);
- fputs($mail, $body);
- $result = pclose($mail);
- // implement call back function if it exists
- $isSent = ($result == 0) ? 1 : 0;
- $this->doCallback($isSent, $this->to, $this->cc, $this->bcc, $this->Subject, $body);
- if($result != 0) {
- throw new phpmailerException($this->Lang('execute') . $this->Sendmail, self::STOP_CRITICAL);
- }
- }
- return true;
- }
-
- /**
- * Sends mail using the PHP mail() function.
- * @param string $header The message headers
- * @param string $body The message body
- * @access protected
- * @return bool
- */
- protected function MailSend($header, $body) {
- $toArr = array();
- foreach($this->to as $t) {
- $toArr[] = $this->AddrFormat($t);
- }
- $to = implode(', ', $toArr);
-
- if (empty($this->Sender)) {
- $params = "-oi ";
- } else {
- $params = sprintf("-oi -f %s", $this->Sender);
- }
- if ($this->Sender != '' and !ini_get('safe_mode')) {
- $old_from = ini_get('sendmail_from');
- ini_set('sendmail_from', $this->Sender);
- if ($this->SingleTo === true && count($toArr) > 1) {
- foreach ($toArr as $key => $val) {
- $rt = @mail($val, $this->EncodeHeader($this->SecureHeader($this->Subject)), $body, $header, $params);
- // implement call back function if it exists
- $isSent = ($rt == 1) ? 1 : 0;
- $this->doCallback($isSent, $val, $this->cc, $this->bcc, $this->Subject, $body);
- }
- } else {
- $rt = @mail($to, $this->EncodeHeader($this->SecureHeader($this->Subject)), $body, $header, $params);
- // implement call back function if it exists
- $isSent = ($rt == 1) ? 1 : 0;
- $this->doCallback($isSent, $to, $this->cc, $this->bcc, $this->Subject, $body);
- }
- } else {
- if ($this->SingleTo === true && count($toArr) > 1) {
- foreach ($toArr as $key => $val) {
- $rt = @mail($val, $this->EncodeHeader($this->SecureHeader($this->Subject)), $body, $header, $params);
- // implement call back function if it exists
- $isSent = ($rt == 1) ? 1 : 0;
- $this->doCallback($isSent, $val, $this->cc, $this->bcc, $this->Subject, $body);
- }
- } else {
- $rt = @mail($to, $this->EncodeHeader($this->SecureHeader($this->Subject)), $body, $header, $params);
- // implement call back function if it exists
- $isSent = ($rt == 1) ? 1 : 0;
- $this->doCallback($isSent, $to, $this->cc, $this->bcc, $this->Subject, $body);
- }
- }
- if (isset($old_from)) {
- ini_set('sendmail_from', $old_from);
- }
- if(!$rt) {
- throw new phpmailerException($this->Lang('instantiate'), self::STOP_CRITICAL);
- }
- return true;
- }
-
- /**
- * Sends mail via SMTP using PhpSMTP
- * Returns false if there is a bad MAIL FROM, RCPT, or DATA input.
- * @param string $header The message headers
- * @param string $body The message body
- * @uses SMTP
- * @access protected
- * @return bool
- */
- protected function SmtpSend($header, $body) {
- require_once $this->PluginDir . 'class.smtp.php';
- $bad_rcpt = array();
-
- if(!$this->SmtpConnect()) {
- throw new phpmailerException($this->Lang('smtp_connect_failed'), self::STOP_CRITICAL);
- }
- $smtp_from = ($this->Sender == '') ? $this->From : $this->Sender;
- if(!$this->smtp->Mail($smtp_from)) {
- throw new phpmailerException($this->Lang('from_failed') . $smtp_from, self::STOP_CRITICAL);
- }
-
- // Attempt to send attach all recipients
- foreach($this->to as $to) {
- if (!$this->smtp->Recipient($to[0])) {
- $bad_rcpt[] = $to[0];
- // implement call back function if it exists
- $isSent = 0;
- $this->doCallback($isSent, $to[0], '', '', $this->Subject, $body);
- } else {
- // implement call back function if it exists
- $isSent = 1;
- $this->doCallback($isSent, $to[0], '', '', $this->Subject, $body);
- }
- }
- foreach($this->cc as $cc) {
- if (!$this->smtp->Recipient($cc[0])) {
- $bad_rcpt[] = $cc[0];
- // implement call back function if it exists
- $isSent = 0;
- $this->doCallback($isSent, '', $cc[0], '', $this->Subject, $body);
- } else {
- // implement call back function if it exists
- $isSent = 1;
- $this->doCallback($isSent, '', $cc[0], '', $this->Subject, $body);
- }
- }
- foreach($this->bcc as $bcc) {
- if (!$this->smtp->Recipient($bcc[0])) {
- $bad_rcpt[] = $bcc[0];
- // implement call back function if it exists
- $isSent = 0;
- $this->doCallback($isSent, '', '', $bcc[0], $this->Subject, $body);
- } else {
- // implement call back function if it exists
- $isSent = 1;
- $this->doCallback($isSent, '', '', $bcc[0], $this->Subject, $body);
- }
- }
-
-
- if (count($bad_rcpt) > 0 ) { //Create error message for any bad addresses
- $badaddresses = implode(', ', $bad_rcpt);
- throw new phpmailerException($this->Lang('recipients_failed') . $badaddresses);
- }
- if(!$this->smtp->Data($header . $body)) {
- throw new phpmailerException($this->Lang('data_not_accepted'), self::STOP_CRITICAL);
- }
- if($this->SMTPKeepAlive == true) {
- $this->smtp->Reset();
- }
- return true;
- }
-
- /**
- * Initiates a connection to an SMTP server.
- * Returns false if the operation failed.
- * @uses SMTP
- * @access public
- * @return bool
- */
- public function SmtpConnect() {
- if(is_null($this->smtp)) {
- $this->smtp = new SMTP();
- }
-
- $this->smtp->do_debug = $this->SMTPDebug;
- $hosts = explode(';', $this->Host);
- $index = 0;
- $connection = $this->smtp->Connected();
-
- // Retry while there is no connection
- try {
- while($index < count($hosts) && !$connection) {
- $hostinfo = array();
- if (preg_match('/^(.+):([0-9]+)$/', $hosts[$index], $hostinfo)) {
- $host = $hostinfo[1];
- $port = $hostinfo[2];
- } else {
- $host = $hosts[$index];
- $port = $this->Port;
- }
-
- $tls = ($this->SMTPSecure == 'tls');
- $ssl = ($this->SMTPSecure == 'ssl');
-
- if ($this->smtp->Connect(($ssl ? 'ssl://':'').$host, $port, $this->Timeout)) {
-
- $hello = ($this->Helo != '' ? $this->Helo : $this->ServerHostname());
- $this->smtp->Hello($hello);
-
- if ($tls) {
- if (!$this->smtp->StartTLS()) {
- throw new phpmailerException($this->Lang('tls'));
- }
-
- //We must resend HELO after tls negotiation
- $this->smtp->Hello($hello);
- }
-
- $connection = true;
- if ($this->SMTPAuth) {
- if (!$this->smtp->Authenticate($this->Username, $this->Password)) {
- throw new phpmailerException($this->Lang('authenticate'));
- }
- }
- }
- $index++;
- if (!$connection) {
- throw new phpmailerException($this->Lang('connect_host'));
- }
- }
- } catch (phpmailerException $e) {
- $this->smtp->Reset();
- if ($this->exceptions) {
- throw $e;
- }
- }
- return true;
- }
-
- /**
- * Closes the active SMTP session if one exists.
- * @return void
- */
- public function SmtpClose() {
- if(!is_null($this->smtp)) {
- if($this->smtp->Connected()) {
- $this->smtp->Quit();
- $this->smtp->Close();
- }
- }
- }
-
- /**
- * Sets the language for all class error messages.
- * Returns false if it cannot load the language file. The default language is English.
- * @param string $langcode ISO 639-1 2-character language code (e.g. Portuguese: "br")
- * @param string $lang_path Path to the language file directory
- * @access public
- */
- function SetLanguage($langcode = 'en', $lang_path = 'language/') {
- //Define full set of translatable strings
- $PHPMAILER_LANG = array(
- 'provide_address' => 'You must provide at least one recipient email address.',
- 'mailer_not_supported' => ' mailer is not supported.',
- 'execute' => 'Could not execute: ',
- 'instantiate' => 'Could not instantiate mail function.',
- 'authenticate' => 'SMTP Error: Could not authenticate.',
- 'from_failed' => 'The following From address failed: ',
- 'recipients_failed' => 'SMTP Error: The following recipients failed: ',
- 'data_not_accepted' => 'SMTP Error: Data not accepted.',
- 'connect_host' => 'SMTP Error: Could not connect to SMTP host.',
- 'file_access' => 'Could not access file: ',
- 'file_open' => 'File Error: Could not open file: ',
- 'encoding' => 'Unknown encoding: ',
- 'signing' => 'Signing Error: ',
- 'smtp_error' => 'SMTP server error: ',
- 'empty_message' => 'Message body empty',
- 'invalid_address' => 'Invalid address',
- 'variable_set' => 'Cannot set or reset variable: '
- );
- //Overwrite language-specific strings. This way we'll never have missing translations - no more "language string failed to load"!
- $l = true;
- if ($langcode != 'en') { //There is no English translation file
- $l = @include $lang_path.'phpmailer.lang-'.$langcode.'.php';
- }
- $this->language = $PHPMAILER_LANG;
- return ($l == true); //Returns false if language not found
- }
-
- /**
- * Return the current array of language strings
- * @return array
- */
- public function GetTranslations() {
- return $this->language;
- }
-
- /////////////////////////////////////////////////
- // METHODS, MESSAGE CREATION
- /////////////////////////////////////////////////
-
- /**
- * Creates recipient headers.
- * @access public
- * @return string
- */
- public function AddrAppend($type, $addr) {
- $addr_str = $type . ': ';
- $addresses = array();
- foreach ($addr as $a) {
- $addresses[] = $this->AddrFormat($a);
- }
- $addr_str .= implode(', ', $addresses);
- $addr_str .= $this->LE;
-
- return $addr_str;
- }
-
- /**
- * Formats an address correctly.
- * @access public
- * @return string
- */
- public function AddrFormat($addr) {
- if (empty($addr[1])) {
- return $this->SecureHeader($addr[0]);
- } else {
- return $this->EncodeHeader($this->SecureHeader($addr[1]), 'phrase') . " <" . $this->SecureHeader($addr[0]) . ">";
- }
- }
-
- /**
- * Wraps message for use with mailers that do not
- * automatically perform wrapping and for quoted-printable.
- * Original written by philippe.
- * @param string $message The message to wrap
- * @param integer $length The line length to wrap to
- * @param boolean $qp_mode Whether to run in Quoted-Printable mode
- * @access public
- * @return string
- */
- public function WrapText($message, $length, $qp_mode = false) {
- $soft_break = ($qp_mode) ? sprintf(" =%s", $this->LE) : $this->LE;
- // If utf-8 encoding is used, we will need to make sure we don't
- // split multibyte characters when we wrap
- $is_utf8 = (strtolower($this->CharSet) == "utf-8");
-
- $message = $this->FixEOL($message);
- if (substr($message, -1) == $this->LE) {
- $message = substr($message, 0, -1);
- }
-
- $line = explode($this->LE, $message);
- $message = '';
- for ($i = 0 ;$i < count($line); $i++) {
- $line_part = explode(' ', $line[$i]);
- $buf = '';
- for ($e = 0; $e<count($line_part); $e++) {
- $word = $line_part[$e];
- if ($qp_mode and (strlen($word) > $length)) {