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<h2>Examples using phpmailer</h2>

<h3>1. Advanced Example</h3>
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This demonstrates sending out multiple email messages with binary attachments
from a MySQL database with multipart/alternative support.<p>
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require("class.phpmailer.php");

$mail = new phpmailer();

$mail->From     = "hide@address.com";
$mail->FromName = "List manager";
$mail->Host     = "smtp1.example.com;smtp2.example.com";
$mail->Mailer   = "smtp";

@MYSQL_CONNECT("localhost","root","password");
@mysql_select_db("my_company");
$query  = "SELECT full_name, email, photo FROM employee WHERE id=$id";
$result = @MYSQL_QUERY($query);

while ($row = mysql_fetch_array ($result))
{
    // HTML body
    $body  = "Hello &lt;font size=\"4\"&gt;" . $row["full_name"] . "&lt;/font&gt;, &lt;p&gt;";
    $body .= "&lt;i&gt;Your&lt;/i&gt; personal photograph to this message.&lt;p&gt;";
    $body .= "Sincerely, &lt;br&gt;";
    $body .= "phpmailer List manager";

    // Plain text body (for mail clients that cannot read HTML)
    $text_body  = "Hello " . $row["full_name"] . ", \n\n";
    $text_body .= "Your personal photograph to this message.\n\n";
    $text_body .= "Sincerely, \n";
    $text_body .= "phpmailer List manager";

    $mail->Body    = $body;
    $mail->AltBody = $text_body;
    $mail->AddAddress($row["email"], $row["full_name"]);
    $mail->AddStringAttachment($row["photo"], "YourPhoto.jpg");

    if(!$mail->Send())
        echo "There has been a mail error sending to " . $row["email"] . "&lt;br&gt;";

    // Clear all addresses and attachments for next loop
    $mail->ClearAddresses();
    $mail->ClearAttachments();
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<h3>2. Extending phpmailer</h3>
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Extending classes with inheritance is one of the most
powerful features of object-oriented
programming.  It allows you to make changes to the
original class for your
own personal use without hacking the original
classes.  Plus, it is very
easy to do. I've provided an example:

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Here's a class that extends the phpmailer class and sets the defaults
for the particular site:<br>
PHP include file: <b>mail.inc.php</b>
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require("class.phpmailer.php");

class my_phpmailer extends phpmailer {
    // Set default variables for all new objects
    var $From     = "hide@address.com";
    var $FromName = "Mailer";
    var $Host     = "smtp1.example.com;smtp2.example.com";
    var $Mailer   = "smtp";                         // Alternative to IsSMTP()
    var $WordWrap = 75;

    // Replace the default error_handler
    function error_handler($msg) {
        print("My Site Error");
        print("Description:");
        printf("%s", $msg);
        exit;
    }

    // Create an additional function
    function do_something($something) {
        // Place your new code here
    }
}
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Now here's a normal PHP page in the site, which will have all the defaults set
above:<br>
Normal PHP file: <b>mail_test.php</b>
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require("mail.inc.php");

// Instantiate your new class
$mail = new my_phpmailer;

// Now you only need to add the necessary stuff
$mail->AddAddress("hide@address.com", "Josh Adams");
$mail->Subject = "Here is the subject";
$mail->Body    = "This is the message body";
$mail->AddAttachment("c:/temp/11-10-00.zip", "new_name.zip");  // optional name

if(!$mail->Send())
{
   echo "There was an error sending the message";
   exit;
}

echo "Message was sent successfully";
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