Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
WordPress default email sending function wp_mail is way too basic. It uses "Wordpress" as sender name and doesn't allow you send HTML and plain text mail at the same time. If you are writing a plugin that sends emails this is going to be a problem.
We will learn how to create a simple HTML form for sending e-mail and how to process this data to send e-mail message in PHP.
Send Email Using PHPMailer and Codeigniter provides you simple ways to send email in Codeigniter using PHPMailer as Library
Sending HTML emails with swiftmailer this tutorial provides a helper function to use swiftmail
One of the best things you can offer to your visitors is giving them the ability to subscribe to your website so they receive your latest information, offers, articles ..etc through e-mail.. and in this tutorial I will show you how to make subscription system in your website
Part 1 (Newsletter Tutorial Part 1 The Signup) looked at setting up a database table to store email address and names and creating a signup for to collect the data.
A tutorial on creating a complicated e-mail form for custom coupon creation (with user's name), print feature, with database support and mail() function usage. In-depth discussion of each step as well as updated script built at the end of the article is present
This tutorial explains how to create a spammer-stopping secure PHP contact form for your website.
Using the SMTP server from Gmail is a good choice for mail application with less than 500 recipients a day. This tutorials shows you how to send mail messages via SMTP using PHPmailer and Gmail.
This tutorial will show you how to display your IMAP mailbox folders.
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