Zend\Mail

Zend\Mail\Transport\FileOptions

Overview

This document details the various options available to the Zend\Mail\Transport\File mail transport.

Quick Start

File Transport Usage

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use Zend\Mail\Transport\File as FileTransport;
use Zend\Mail\Transport\FileOptions;

// Setup File transport
$transport = new FileTransport();
$options   = new FileOptions(array(
    'path'              => 'data/mail/',
    'callback'  => function (FileTransport $transport) {
        return 'Message_' . microtime(true) . '_' . mt_rand() . '.txt';
    },
));
$transport->setOptions($options);

Configuration Options

Configuration Options

path
The path under which mail files will be written.
callback

A PHP callable to be invoked in order to generate a unique name for a message file. By default, the following is used:

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function (Zend\Mail\FileTransport $transport) {
    return 'ZendMail_' . time() . '_' . mt_rand() . '.tmp';
}

Available Methods

Zend\Mail\Transport\FileOptions extends Zend\Stdlib\Options, and inherits all functionality from that class; this includes ArrayAccess and property overloading. Additionally, the following explicit setters and getters are provided.

__construct

setPath(string $path)

Set the path under which mail files will be written.

Implements fluent interface.

getPath

getPath()

Get the path under which mail files will be written.

Returns string

setCallback

setCallback(Callable $callback)

Set the callback used to generate unique filenames for messages.

Implements fluent interface.

getCallback

getCallback()

Get the callback used to generate unique filenames for messages.

Returns PHP callable argument.

__construct

__construct(null|array|Traversable $config)

Initialize the object. Allows passing a PHP array or Traversable object with which to populate the instance.

Examples

Please see the Quick Start for examples.

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