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EPrints::Email - Email Utility functions for EPrints.


This package handles sending emails.

  • EPrints::Utils::send_mail( %properties )
Sends an email.
Required properties:
session - the current session
langid - the id of the language to send the email in.
to_email, to_name - who to send it to
subject - the subject of the message (UTF-8 encoded string)
message - the body of the message as a DOM tree
optional properties:
from_email, from_name - who is sending the email (defaults to the archive admin)
sig - the signature file as a DOM tree
replyto_email, replyto_name
attach - ref to an array of filenames (with full paths) to attach to the message
to_list - ref to an array of additional email addresses to send the email to (note that to_email must be provided)
cc_list - ref to an array of email addresses to CC the email to (note that to_email must be provided)
Returns true if mail sending (appears to have) succeeded. False otherwise.
Uses the config. option "send_email" to send the mail, or if that's not defined sends the email via STMP.
names and the subject should be encoded as utf-8


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