Using Different Transports - Zend_Mail

Using Different Transports

In case you want to send different e-mails through different connections, you can also pass the transport object directly to send() without a prior call to setDefaultTransport(). The passed object will override the default transport for the actual send() request.

Example #1 Using Different Transports

  1. $mail = new Zend_Mail();
  2. // build message...
  3. $tr1 = new Zend_Mail_Transport_Smtp('server@example.com');
  4. $tr2 = new Zend_Mail_Transport_Smtp('other_server@example.com');
  5. $mail->send($tr1);
  6. $mail->send($tr2);
  7. $mail->send()// use default again

Note: Additional transports
Additional transports can be written by implementing Zend_Mail_Transport_Interface.

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