Alexander Becker
and 1 contributors

NAME

MIME::Lite::HT::HTML - Create HTML mail with MIME::Lite and HTML::Template

SYNOPSIS

    use MIME::Lite::HT::HTML;
    
    my $msg = MIME::Lite::HT::HTML->new(
        From        => 'from@example.com',
        To          => 'to@example.com',
        Subject     => 'Subject',
        TimeZone    => 'Europe/Berlin',
        Encoding    => 'quoted-printable',
        Template    => {
            html => 'mail.html',
            text => 'mail.txt',
        },
        Charset     => 'utf8',
        TmplOptions => \%options,
        TmplParams  => \%params,
    );
    
    $msg->send;

DESCRIPTION

This module provide easy interface to make MIME::Lite object with HTML formatted mail.

METHODS

new

return MIME::Lite object with HTML mail format.

ADITIONAL OPTIONS

Template

This is a mapping of filenames to the two variants of templates (HTML or text). You define, which file will be used for the HTML-part and the plain/text part.

The filenames will be passed to the constructor of HTML::Template, as arument of the filename option. See HTML::Template for more information.

TmplParams

The parameters of a template are set to this options. This parameter must be the reference of hash.

TmplOptions

Configuration of HTML::Template is set to this option (e.g. die_on_bad_params or path).

TimeZone

You can specified the time zone of the mail date:

    TimeZone => 'Asia/Shanghai',

default using 'UTC' if not defined.

Encoding

Mail body will be encoded for tranfer.

   Use encoding:     | If your message contains:
   ------------------------------------------------------------
   7bit              | Only 7-bit text, all lines <1000 characters
   8bit              | 8-bit text, all lines <1000 characters
   quoted-printable  | 8-bit text or long lines (more reliable than "8bit")
   base64            | Largely non-textual data: a GIF, a tar file, etc.

default using '7bit' if not defined.

Charset

You can specified the charset of your mail, both subject and body will using the charset to make mail reader's client satisfied.

   Charset => 'big5',

And, if you giving the orignal words as UTF8 and attempt to mail them as GB2312 charset, you can define the charset like:

   Charset => [ 'utf8' => 'gb2312' ], 

We will using Encode to make this happy.

AUTHOR

Alexander Becker <c a p f a n _a.t_ g m x . d e> But all I did was c&p from MIME::Lite::TT::HTML

SEE ALSO

HTML::Template, MIME::Lite, MIME::Lite::TT, MIME::Lite::TT::HTML

LICENSE

This library is free software, you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.