(PHP 4 >= 4.0.6, PHP 5, PHP 7)
mb_send_mail — Send encoded mail
The mail addresses being sent to. Multiple
recipients may be specified by putting a comma between each
This parameter is not automatically encoded.
The subject of the mail.
The message of the mail.
String to be inserted at the end of the email header.
This is typically used to add extra headers (From, Cc, and Bcc). Multiple extra headers should be separated with a CRLF (\r\n). Validate parameter not to be injected unwanted headers by attackers.
When sending mail, the mail must contain a From header. This can be set with the
additional_headersparameter, or a default can be set in php.ini.
Failing to do this will result in an error message similar to Warning: mail(): "sendmail_from" not set in php.ini or custom "From:" header missing. The From header sets also Return-Path under Windows.
If messages are not received, try using a LF (\n) only. Some Unix mail transfer agents (most notably » qmail) replace LF by CRLF automatically (which leads to doubling CR if CRLF is used). This should be a last resort, as it does not comply with » RFC 2822.
additional_parameter is a MTA command line
parameter. It is useful when setting the correct Return-Path
header when using sendmail.
This parameter is escaped by escapeshellcmd() internally to prevent command execution. escapeshellcmd() prevents command execution, but allows to add addtional parameters. For security reason, this parameter should be validated.
Since escapeshellcmd() is applied automatically, some characters that are allowed as email addresses by internet RFCs cannot be used. Programs that are required to use these characters mail() cannot be used.
The user that the webserver runs as should be added as a trusted user to the sendmail configuration to prevent a 'X-Warning' header from being added to the message when the envelope sender (-f) is set using this method. For sendmail users, this file is /etc/mail/trusted-users.
TRUE on success or
FALSE on failure.