On 10/30/2003 05:50 AM, Ng Hwee Hwee wrote:
i need to use a mail() function to send a job application to my inbox when an applicant goes online and complete the application form. However, when the contents of a certain field is very long, the message i get in my inbox is truncated! can anyone help me please?
i've tried word wrap, chunk_split and chop but none worked..
the field in the form is something like <textarea name="experience" cols="50" rows="8"></textarea>.
There are limits to the length of lines of e-mail messages.
If you can wrap lines to make them have no more than 75 characters that is ok. If not, you can use quoted-printable encoding that breaks lines after encoding, so the end mail program restores the original lines without the breaks.
In either case, you may want to try this class that has a function named WrapText to break line between words.
If you do not want to break the lines, the class can send you the message parts using quoted printable encoding.
Regards, Manuel Lemos
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