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 Zend Framework Reference


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  • Update 2011-11-16 - Revision 24438 - Version ZF 1.11.x

    45.7. Adding Recipients

    Recipients can be added in three ways:

    • addTo(): Adds a recipient to the mail with a "To" header

    • addCc(): Adds a recipient to the mail with a "Cc" header

    • addBcc(): Adds a recipient to the mail not visible in the header

    getRecipients() serves list of the recipients. clearRecipients() clears the list.

    [Note] Additional parameter

    addTo() and addCc() accept a second optional parameter that is used as a human-readable name of the recipient for the header. Double quotation is changed to single quotation and angle brackets to square brackets in the parameter.

    [Note] Optional Usage

    All three of these methods can also accept an array of email addresses to add instead of one at a time. In the case of addTo() and addCc(), they can be associative arrays where the key is the human readable name for the recipient.

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