zbateson/mail-mime-parser

MIME email message parser

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1.3.2 2021-07-08 19:06 UTC

README

Testable and PSR-compliant mail mime parser alternative to PHP's imap* functions and Pear libraries for reading messages in Internet Message Format RFC 822 (and later revisions RFC 2822, RFC 5322).

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The goals of this project are to be:

  • Well written
  • Standards-compliant but forgiving
  • Tested where possible

To include it for use in your project, please install via composer:

composer require zbateson/mail-mime-parser

Sponsors

A huge thank you to my first sponsor. <3

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Deprecation Notice (since 1.2.1)

getContentResourceHandle, getTextResourceHandle, and getHtmlResourceHandle have all been deprecated due to #106. fread() will only return a single byte of a multibyte char, and so will cause potentially unexpected results/warnings in some cases, and psr7 streams should be used instead. Note that this deprecation doesn’t apply to getBinaryContentResourceHandle or getResourceHandle.

Requirements

MailMimeParser requires PHP 5.4 or newer. Tested on PHP 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 7, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4 and 8.0.

Usage

use ZBateson\MailMimeParser\MailMimeParser;
use ZBateson\MailMimeParser\Message;
use ZBateson\MailMimeParser\Header\HeaderConsts;

// use an instance of MailMimeParser as a class dependency
$mailParser = new MailMimeParser();

$handle = fopen('file.mime', 'r');
// parse() accepts a string, resource or Psr7 StreamInterface
$message = $mailParser->parse($handle);         // returns `Message`
fclose($handle);

// OR: use this procedurally (Message::from also accepts a string,
// resource or Psr7 StreamInterface
$message = Message::from($string);

echo $message->getHeaderValue(HeaderConsts::FROM);     // user@example.com
echo $message
    ->getHeader(HeaderConsts::FROM)                    // AddressHeader
    ->getPersonName();                                 // Person Name
echo $message->getHeaderValue(HeaderConsts::SUBJECT);  // The email's subject
echo $message
    ->getHeader(HeaderConsts::TO)                      // also AddressHeader
    ->getAddresses()[0]                                // AddressPart
    ->getName();                                       // Person Name
echo $message
    ->getHeader(HeaderConsts::CC)                      // also AddressHeader
    ->getAddresses()[0]                                // AddressPart
    ->getEmail();                                      // user@example.com

echo $message->getTextContent();                       // or getHtmlContent()

echo $message->getHeader('X-Foo');                     // for custom or undocumented headers

$att = $message->getAttachmentPart(0);                 // first attachment
echo $att->getHeaderValue(HeaderConsts::CONTENT_TYPE); // e.g. "text/plain"
echo $att->getHeaderParameter(                         // value of "charset" part
    'content-type',
    'charset'
);
echo $att->getContent();                               // get the attached file's contents
$stream = $att->getContentStream();                    // the file is decoded automatically
$dest = \GuzzleHttp\Psr7\stream_for(
    fopen('my-file.ext')
);
\GuzzleHttp\Psr7\copy_to_stream(
    $stream, $dest
);
// OR: more simply if saving or copying to another stream
$att->saveContent('my-file.ext');               // writes to my-file.ext
$att->saveContent($stream);                     // copies to the stream

Documentation

Upgrading to 1.x

License

BSD licensed - please see license agreement.