package Catalyst::Plugin::Email;

use strict;
use warnings;

use Email::Send;
use Email::MIME;
use Email::MIME::Creator;

our $VERSION = '0.09';

=head1 NAME

Catalyst::Plugin::Email - (DEPRECATED) Send emails with Catalyst

=head1 SYNOPSIS

    # please use Email::MIME::Kit or Catalyst::View::Email::Template instead

    use Catalyst 'Email';

    __PACKAGE__->config->{email} = [qw/SMTP smtp.oook.de/];

    $c->email(
        header => [
            From    => 'sri@oook.de',
            To      => 'sri@cpan.org',
            Subject => 'Hello!'
        ],
        body => 'Hello sri'
    );

=head1 DESCRIPTION

Send emails with Catalyst and L<Email::Send> and L<Email::MIME::Creator>.

=head1 CONFIGURATION

C<config> accepts the same options as L<Email::Send>.

To send using the system's C<sendmail> program, set C<config> like so:

    __PACKAGE__->config->{email} = ['Sendmail'];

To send using authenticated SMTP:

    __PACKAGE__->config->{email} = [
        'SMTP', 
        'smtp.myhost.com', 
        username => $USERNAME, 
        password => $PASSWORD, 
    ];

For different methods of sending emails, and appropriate C<config> options, 
see L<Email::Send::NNTP>, L<Email::Send::Qmail>, L<Email::Send::SMTP> and 
L<Email::Send::Sendmail>.

=head1 METHODS

=head2 email

C<email()> accepts the same arguments as L<Email::MIME::Creator>'s 
C<create()>.

    $c->email(
        header => [
            To      => 'me@localhost',
            Subject => 'A TT Email',
        ],
        body => $c->subreq( '/render_email' ),
    );

To send a multipart message, include a C<parts> argument containing an 
arrayref of Email::MIME objects.

    my @parts = (
        Email::MIME->create(
            attributes => {
                content_type => 'application/pdf',
                encoding     => 'quoted-printable',
                name         => 'report.pdf',
            },
            body => $FILE_DATA,
        ),
        Email::MIME->create(
            attributes => {
                content_type => 'text/plain',
                disposition  => 'attachment',
                charset      => 'US-ASCII',
            },
            body => $c->subreq( '/render_email' ),
        ),
    );
    
    $c->email(
        header => [
            To      => 'me@localhost',
            Subject => 'A TT Email',
        ],
        parts => \@parts,
    );

=cut

sub email {
    my $c = shift;
    my $email = $_[1] ? {@_} : $_[0];
    $email = Email::MIME->create(%$email);
    my $args = $c->config->{email} || [];
    my @args = @{$args};
    my $class;
    unless ( $class = shift @args ) {
        $class = 'SMTP';
        unshift @args, 'localhost';
    }
    send $class => $email, @args;
}

=head1 USING WITH A VIEW

A common practice is to handle emails using the same template language used
for HTML pages.  If your view supports the 'render' method (Like the TT view 
does), you just set the body like this:
  $c->email(
     header => [
        To      => 'me@localhost',
        Subject => 'A TT Email',
     ],
     body => $c->view('TT')->render($c,'mytemplate.tt'),
  }

If your view doesn't support render, you can just forward to it, then reset 
the body like this:

    sub send_email : Local {
        my ( $self, $c ) = @_;  
        {
        local $c->stash->{names}   = [ qw/andyg sri mst/ ],
        local $c->stash->{template}= 'mytemplate.tt';   
        $c->forward($c->view('MyView'));
        $c->email(
            header => [
                To      => 'me@localhost',
                Subject => 'A TT Email',
            ],
            body => $c->res->body,
        );
        $c->res->body(undef);
        }
    }
    
And the template:

    [%- FOREACH name IN names -%]
    Hi, [% name %]!
    [%- END -%]
    
    --
    Regards,
    Us

Output:

    Hi, andyg!
    Hi, sri!
    Hi, mst!
    
    --
    Regards,
    Us

=head1 SEE ALSO

L<Catalyst>, L<Catalyst::Plugin::SubRequest>, L<Email::Send>,
L<Email::MIME::Creator>

=head1 AUTHOR

Sebastian Riedel, C<sri@cpan.org>
Andy Grundman
Carl Franks 
Marcus Ramberg C<mramberg@cpan.org>

=head1 COPYRIGHT

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

=cut

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