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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The file was not found or the script has not enough rights to access the file.

However, as far as the permissions go, when I try to chgrp or chown on the pdf it says the Operation is not permitted. This is how it worked for me: Most of you guys have this wrong. So in my case, I want to attach a PDF. Addattcahment you log in as john doe and execute the script, it will be john doe.

Kime suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Do you think that something on this page is wrong? When using ‘mail’ as the sending method as in this example the second parameter of Mail:: Therefore, the correct error checking is like this: So use this instead if you’re defining your CRLF constant and save a lot of head-banging: If you want a blank line space between mmie i. If you want to overwrite them, you need to do this: For example, your script sends one email.

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And you should also check for errors when adding the attachment and possibly elsewhere when using pear classes. You can “chown www-data filename” to change the owner of the file. Correct me if I am wrong, but I think this should work: Not sure if they will or not, but I always avoid them.


Check the file name and path. This is my problem I recommend this function be renamed to addInlineAttachment since it doesn’t specifically apply to images. By default, mime will use the previous headers sent. I changed to the superuser or whatever the proper term is and used chown and chgrp to change ownership to “john doe”. As such, there should be no problems in the future as long as the script is always run by www-data.

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I had problems, mume attaching a file to an e-mail: So far i’ve only seen Thunderbird support embedded style sheets but i hope more mail clients start to. The operation not permitted means your user doesn’t have privileges to run chown.

However I’m still not able to get the bloody thing to attach. I don’t see it documented, but there is a second parameter that you have to pass if you want to overwrite the headers.

Note This function can not be called statically. Bandwidth and hardware provided by: This allows the fifth parameter for the PHP mail function to be included as a parameter to Mail:: And look at display errors as well and log errors below it.


The reason your images will only display if you use the correct relative path is because it’s actually loading the image file from your website. If sending an HTML message with embedded images, use this function to add the image.

Please file a bug report. When using the default “mail” function my images weren’t shown in some clients. Thanks again for your help. I hope this message ripens this pear package end-user manual a wee bit more making it ready maill eat, straight from branch.

See the source code for more information. The specific example is: View this page in: The script compiles fine. However I did figure out the problem. If you want to add inline images and reference them in your HTML you must use the fully qualified system path.

Since you seem to have access to sudo which lets you run commands as rootyou could try sudo chown 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. I have this script running just perfectly in may windows o.