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  1. Ok, so I have the following phpMailer script that works perfectly. However, I also need this to send a completely different email to the person who filled out the form with basic instructions. I am very new to phpmailer (much quicker and easier to work with). Just to lay it all out what I am trying to accomplish: On submit, the php submits the form data to myself via email, but at the same time it sends another email to the user who completed the form with instructions. Has anyone accomplished anything like this before? <?php require("class.phpmailer.php"); require_once('class.smtp.php'); $mail = new PHPMailer(); $mail->IsSMTP(); // telling the class to use SMTP $mail->SMTPAuth = true; $mail->Host = "********.****"; $mail->Port = *****; $mail->IsHTML(true); $mail->Username = "******"; $mail->Password = "**********"; $mail->From = "*******@********.com"; $mail->AddAddress("*****@****.***"); $field1= Trim(stripslashes($_POST['firstName'])); $field2= Trim(stripslashes($_POST['lastName'])); $field3= Trim(stripslashes($_POST['emailAddress'])); $field4= Trim(stripslashes($_POST['phoneNumber'])); // Email body text $mail->Subject = "First PHPMailer Message"; $mail->Body .= "First Name: $field1"; $mail->Body .= "Last Name: $field2"; $mail->Body .= "Email Address: $field3"; $mail->Body .= "Phone Number: $field4"; if(!$mail->Send()) { echo 'Message was not sent.'; echo 'Mailer error: ' . $mail->ErrorInfo . $mail->SMTPDebug = 2; } else { echo 'Message has been sent.'; } ?>
  2. Hey there guys, So, I have a working contact form using phpmailer and smtp connection to receive the e-mails from website and sending autoreply to the person who sent the mail via contact form. Everything is working correctly, but I would like to integrate it with processwire more as now it's kind of too external. My setup is as follow: I have the contact form in html as template contact.php The actual php sending script + phpmailer files are in a folder in my root section I have this in the contact.php template <form method="post" action="/test55/php/contact-form.php" id="contact"> to get the php sending script (which is outside processwire) in the contact-form.php I have this to get the phpmailer file require "/test55/php/PHPMailerAutoload.php"; I am wondering how could I integrate it within processwire instead of keeping the files outside? I've noticed there are three smtp modules, two based on swiftmailer and one on phpmailer, so far I can't figure it out at all.
  3. Error: SMTP NOTICE: EOF caught while checking if connected SMTP connect() failed. Mailer Error: SMTP connect() failed. <?php require('class.phpmailer.php'); $mail = new PHPMailer();// create a new object $mail ->IsSMTP(); // enable SMTP $mail ->SMTPDebug = 1; // debugg ing: 1 = errors and messages, 2 = messages only $mail->SMTPAuth = true; // authentication enabled $mail->SMTPSecure = 'ssl'; // secure transfer enabled REQUIRED for GMail $mail->Host = "smtp.gmail.com"; $mail->Port = 587; // or 465 $mail->IsHTML(true); $mail->Username = "biz.online321@gmail.com"; $mail->Password = "mudunuru%^&"; $mail->SetFrom("example@gmail.com"); $mail->Subject = "Test"; $mail->Body = "hello"; $mail->AddAddress("varma.sfi123@gmail.com"); if(!$mail->Send()) { echo "Mailer Error: " . $mail->ErrorInfo; } else { echo "Message has been sent"; } ?> Your help will be appericiated
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