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Subject:Its not working, no documentation
Summary:Package rating comment
Messages:4
Author:hemant
Date:2012-08-14 06:22:10
Update:2012-10-14 21:14:26
 

 

hemant rated this package as follows:

Utility: Bad
Consistency: Bad
Documentation: Bad
Examples: Insufficient

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Picture of hemant hemant - 2012-08-14 06:22:10
Its not working, no documentation

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Picture of Raul IONESCU Raul IONESCU - 2012-08-14 16:44:34 - In reply to message 1 from hemant
The classes was tested several years before I made them available for free and these are continuously updated.

This is not for script kiddies. The example is self-explanatory.
Any programmer with minimum amount of knowledge will be able to read the example.

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Picture of hemant hemant - 2012-10-14 14:32:54 - In reply to message 2 from Raul IONESCU
Oh your words, you are not good in talking in public. Well I tried that class and get it working afterword but it is still not useful as we are not able to send messages in CC and BCC. Yes we can send as many mails as we can at To section but I needed to send my mails in CC and BCC as well. Do you have code fixes for it? I read many forums and articles online to fix it but well I am not a pro. But I am certainly not a big mouth.

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Picture of Raul IONESCU Raul IONESCU - 2012-10-14 21:14:26 - In reply to message 3 from hemant
My words are telling nothing more but the truth.
There is nothing to be fixed.
It's only a mater of programming knowledge.


For adding CCs and/or BCCs all you have to do
is to add those addresses into "cc" and/or "bcc" properties
of the email object.

Example:

$e->to = array(new User('User Name 1', 'user1@some-domain.com'));
$e->cc = array(new User('User Name 2', 'user2@some-other-domain.net'));
$e->bcc = array(new User('User Name 3', 'user3@domain.org'));


As simple of that!

 
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