RE: multipart email using $Server->Mail
- Well, after trying some venues, I've got the results I was looking for using
MIME::Lite as you suggested. I tried using the "as_string" method to
transfer it to Body in $Server->Mail with no success, I tried various header
configurations but, it always ended as plain text at the receiver. I'll
probaly try again in the future. I tested this with several mail-clients and
the result was 100% satisfactory in all of them, I know this doesn't mean
that it'll work in every single client but I'm covered for the most popular
ones. The solution is extremely simple and is detailed in the MIME::Lite
$MailBodyHTML = $MAIL->create_HTML_mail(my_variables); # this is a
for-the-purpose module I wrote
$MailBodyText = $MAIL->create_Text_mail(my_variables);
my $Subject = "Any appropriate subject line";
MIME::Lite->send('smtp', "smtp.mailserver"); # I use a SMTP server; it
obviuously works the same using the default sendmail
my $message = MIME::Lite->new (
From => 'sender@...',
To => 'receiver@...',
Subject => $Subject,
Type => 'multipart/alternative',
$message->attach( Type => 'TEXT',
Data => $MailBodyText,
$message->attach( Type =>'text/html',
Data => $MailBodyHTML,
And that's it. Thanks for your help !
From: Josh Chamas [mailto:josh@...]
Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2003 10:12 PM
To: Fernando Munoz
Subject: Re: multipart email using $Server->Mail
Fernando Munoz wrote:
> has anyone tried successfully to send "Content-type:multipart/alternative"
> email using the $Server->Mail object? I'm trying to send email withend
> boundaries for text and html portions. I've already have html working with
> no problem but when I try to put both formats in a message body I always
> receiving a whole text (including html code) email (I've tried severalemail
> clients). I'd appreciate an example.I have not done this from within Apache::ASP, but it seems possible
that you could use the MIME::Lite API, and insert the right content
into $Server->Mail() usage, or you could use MIME::Lite->send()
to send the message directly.
You might also try the MIME::Lite->body_as_string() API and add that
to the Body passed to $Server->Mail, but you might also have to add
some special headers as well.
Whatever your solution, if you could post what you come up with,
that would be educational for all.
Josh Chamas, Founder phone:925-552-0128
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