Projects / XPertMailer


XPertMailer is a PHP class that you can use to send encoded MIME type e-mail messages (text, HTML, HTML embedded images, attachments) towards a client or relay SMTP server with optional authorisation and TLS/SSL support. Cc and Bcc functionality is included. The class functions are optimised to execute in a very small time and to be easy to use. The data sending is done according to RFCs 821, 822, 2821, 2822, and 2487, and the message type conforms with RFCs 2045, 2046, 2047, 2048, and 2049.

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Recent releases

  •  17 Aug 2007 20:34

    Release Notes: Updated documentation. This release fixes <period> in data() in SMTP Class (RFC2821 section 4.5.2). The default <line end> value has been changed from LF to CRLF in MIME Class (RFC2821 section 2.3.7). <new line> has been fixed in qp_encode() in MIME Class. Sending a QUIT response has been fixed (SSL encryption bug) to be not read in disconnect() in the SMTP Class.

    •  07 Mar 2007 13:47

      Release Notes: This version is for PHP5.

      •  16 Jul 2006 14:58

        Release Notes: New syntax and POP3 features were added.

        •  02 Feb 2006 09:17

          Release Notes: TLS/SSL Relay support was added to the auth() function. Bcc was fixed. A HOWTO file was added and the documentation was updated.

          •  29 Jan 2006 04:44

            Release Notes: Cc and Bcc functionality was added. A port number socket connection value was added with the port() function. A coresponding Microsoft Article ID 291828 for the "From:" header value was fixed. The auth method was fixed so that if AUTH_DETECT fails then it will attempt to use AUTH_LOGIN. The "@" was removed from function calls. The getmxrr() function was changed internally for Win32. The documentation was updated.


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