Adam D.Ruppe píše v Út 29. 09. 2015 v 12:05 +0000:
> On Tuesday, 29 September 2015 at 08:54:39 UTC, Daniel Kozak wrote:
> > Wow, I need something like this 3 weeks ago, but I dont have 
> > time to implement this myself, so I end up with phpMailer. Now 
> > I can switch my little e-mailing system to Dlang. Thank you.
> 
> If you ever need something in D, ask me first.... there's a good 
> chance I've written it!
> 
> https://github.com/adamdruppe/arsd/blob/master/email.d
> 
> ....there's also a good chance I haven't documented it too 
> though...
> 
> but the way mine works is something like:
> 
> ---
> import arsd.email;
> void main() {
>          auto message = new EmailMessage();
>          message.to ~= "destructiona...@gmail.com";
>          message.from = "t...@arsdnet.net";
>          message.subject = "test";
>          message.setHtmlBody("<img src=\"cid:amazing\" 
> /><b>test</b>");
>          message.addAttachment("text/csv", "cool.csv", 
> "whoa,mang");
>          message.addAttachment("text/wtf", "whoa.wtf", "WTF\nMAN");
>          message.addInlineImage("amazing", "image/png", 
> "black.png",
> import("black.png"));
>          message.send();
> }
> ---
> 
> 
> The send method uses std.net.curl to do the actual sending (the 
> smtp connection information is a default argument to the method.
> 
> 
> My lib also has a function:
> 
> void email(string to, string subject, string message, string 
> from, RelayInfo mailServer = RelayInfo("smtp://localhost")) {}
> 
> 
> for sending a plain text email quickly and easily, similar to 
> PHP's mail function.

Thanks, I will look at it.

I only look at code.dlang.org. It would be nice to have all of yours
stuff on code.dlang.org.




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