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By 1973, the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) specification had been defined (RFC 354) and implemented, enabling file transfers over the ARPANET.
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Catalyst::View::Email::Template(3pm)			User Contributed Perl Documentation		      Catalyst::View::Email::Template(3pm)

Catalyst::View::Email::Template - Send Templated Email from Catalyst SYNOPSIS
Sends templated mail, based upon your default view. It captures the output of the rendering path, slurps in based on mime-types and assembles a multi-part email using Email::MIME::Creator and sends it out. CONFIGURATION
WARNING: since version 0.10 the configuration options slightly changed! Use the helper to create your view: $ script/ view Email::Template Email::Template For basic configuration look at "CONFIGURATION" in Catalyst::View::Email. In your app configuration (example in YAML): View::Email::Template: # Optional prefix to look somewhere under the existing configured # template paths. # Default: none template_prefix: email # Define the defaults for the mail default: # Defines the default view used to render the templates. # If none is specified neither here nor in the stash # Catalysts default view is used. # Warning: if you don't tell Catalyst explicit which of your views should # be its default one, C::V::Email::Template may choose the wrong one! view: TT SENDING EMAIL
Sending email works just like for Catalyst::View::Email but by specifying the template instead of the body and forwarding to your Email::Template view: sub controller : Private { my ( $self, $c ) = @_; $c->stash->{email} = { to => '', cc => '', bcc => '', from => '', subject => 'I am a Catalyst generated email', template => '', content_type => 'multipart/alternative' }; $c->forward( $c->view('Email::Template') ); } Alternatively if you want more control over your templates you can use the following idiom to override the defaults. If charset and encoding given, the body become properly encoded. templates => [ { template => 'email/', content_type => 'text/html', charset => 'utf-8', encoding => 'quoted-printable', view => 'TT', }, { template => 'email/test.plain.mason', content_type => 'text/plain', charset => 'utf-8', encoding => 'quoted-printable', view => 'Mason', } ] HANDLING ERRORS
See "HANDLING ERRORS" in Catalyst::View::Email. METHODS
generate_part Generates a MIME part to include in the email. Since the email is template based every template piece is a separate part that is included in the email. process The process method is called when the view is dispatched to. This creates the multipart message and then sends the message contents off to Catalyst::View::Email for processing, which in turn hands off to Email::Sender::Simple. TODO
ATTACHMENTS There needs to be a method to support attachments. What I am thinking is something along these lines: attachments => [ # Set the body to a file handle object, specify content_type and # the file name. (name is what it is sent at, not the file) { body => $fh, name => "foo.pdf", content_type => "application/pdf" }, # Or, specify a filename that is added, and hey, encoding! { filename => "foo.gif", name => "foo.gif", content_type => "application/pdf", encoding => "quoted-printable" }, # Or, just a path to a file, and do some guesswork for the content type "/path/to/somefile.pdf", ] SEE ALSO
Catalyst::View::Email - Send plain boring emails with Catalyst Catalyst::Manual - The Catalyst Manual Catalyst::Manual::Cookbook - The Catalyst Cookbook AUTHORS
J. Shirley <> Simon Elliott <> Alexander Hartmaier <> LICENSE
This library is free software, you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.14.2 2011-01-17 Catalyst::View::Email::Template(3pm)

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