activeMailLib: Validate addresses and send email with attachments

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activemaillib 1.0.0GNU Lesser Genera...Email, Validation
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activeMailLib is a class that can validate e-mail addresses and send MIME email messages using the PHP mail() function.

It can generate text or HTML E-mail messages with user defined headers, body parts and character encoding.

File parts can also be attached to the messages.

The class may also perform email address validation based on a regular expression. It may optionally check the addresses with the destination SMTP server using PHP getmxrr() function on Unix-like systems.

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Plain text file activeMailLib.php Class The activeMailLib class source
Accessible without login HTML file manual.html Doc. The activeMailLib manual
Plain text file test.php Example Test the activeMailLib methods by viewing the generated E-mail headers and by sending E-mails

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great!
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Excellent
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full utility and good programmed!.
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simply does the trick
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