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LedgerSMB::Mailer(3pm)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				    LedgerSMB::Mailer(3pm)

NAME
LedgerSMB::Mailer - Mail output for LedgerSMB SYNOPSIS
COPYRIGHT
#==================================================================== # LedgerSMB # Small Medium Business Accounting software # http://www.ledgersmb.org/ # # Copyright (C) 2006 # This work contains copyrighted information from a number of sources # all used with permission. # # This file contains source code included with or based on SQL-Ledger # which # is Copyright Dieter Simader and DWS Systems Inc. 2000-2005 # and licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2 or, at # your option, any later version. For a full list including contact # information of contributors, maintainers, and copyright holders, # see the CONTRIBUTORS file. # # Original Copyright Notice from SQL-Ledger 2.6.17 (before the fork): # Copyright (C) 2002 # # Author: DWS Systems Inc. # Web: http://www.sql-ledger.org # # Contributors: # # Original Author and copyright holder: # Dieter Simader dsmimader@sql-ledger.com #==================================================================== METHODS
LedgerSMB::Mailer->new(...) Create a new Mailer object. If any arguments are passed in, a message that uses them will be automatically prepared but not sent. $mail->prepare_message(to => $to, from => $from, ...) Prepares and encodes base message for sending or adding attachments. Arguments to, from, cc, bcc Address fields for the email. subject The subject for the email. message The message body for the email. contenttype The conttent type for the body of the message, not for any attachments. notify Sets the Disposition-Notification-To header (read receipt request) for the message. This header will only be added if a from address is set. $mail->attach(data => $data, file => $file, filename => $name, strip => $strip) Add an attachment to the prepared message. If $data is specified, use the value of that variable as the attachment value, otherwise attach the file given by $file. If both a file and data are given, the data is attached. filename must be given and is used to name the attachment. $strip is an optional string to remove from the filename send with the attachment. $mail->send Sends a prepared message using the method configured in ledgersmb.conf. perl v5.14.2 2012-03-26 LedgerSMB::Mailer(3pm)

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