Caution: The documentation you are viewing is
for an older version of Zend Framework.
You can find the documentation of the current version at docs.zendframework.com
Zend\Mime\Message — Zend Framework 2 2.1.5 documentation
Zend\Mime\Message represents a MIME compliant message that can contain one or more separate Parts (Represented as Zend\Mime\Part objects). With Zend\Mime\Message, MIME compliant multipart messages can be generated from Zend\Mime\Part objects. Encoding and Boundary handling are handled transparently by the class. Zend\Mime\Message objects can also be reconstructed from given strings. Used by Zend\Mail.
There is no explicit constructor for Zend\Mime\Message.
Zend\Mime\Part Objects can be added to a given Zend\Mime\Message object by calling ->addPart($part)
An array with all Zend\Mime\Part objects in the Zend\Mime\Message is returned from the method getParts(). The Zend\Mime\Part objects can then be changed since they are stored in the array as references. If parts are added to the array or the sequence is changed, the array needs to be given back to the Zend\Mime\Part object by calling setParts($partsArray).
The function isMultiPart() will return TRUE if more than one part is registered with the Zend\Mime\Message object and thus the object would generate a Multipart-Mime-Message when generating the actual output.
Zend\Mime\Message usually creates and uses its own Zend\Mime\Mime Object to generate a boundary. If you need to define the boundary or want to change the behaviour of the Zend\Mime\Mime object used by Zend\Mime\Message, you can instantiate the Zend\Mime\Mime class yourself and then register it to Zend\Mime\Message. Usually you will not need to do this. setMime(Zend\Mime\Mime $mime) sets a special instance of Zend\Mime\Mime to be used by this Zend\Mime\Message.
getMime() returns the instance of Zend\Mime\Mime that will be used to render the message when generateMessage() is called.
generateMessage() renders the Zend\Mime\Message content to a string.
A given MIME compliant message in string form can be used to reconstruct a Zend\Mime\Message object from it. Zend\Mime\Message has a static factory Method to parse this String and return a Zend\Mime\Message object.
Zend\Mime\Message::createFromMessage($str, $boundary) decodes the given string and returns a Zend\Mime\Message object that can then be examined using getParts()
A Zend\Mime\Message object has the following methods: