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Deliver php mails to special-character-email adresses, such as äüö


Deliver php mails to special-character-email adresses, such as äüö

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Deliver php mails to special-character-email adresses, such as äüö
Tag : php , By : user171752
Date : November 26 2020, 03:01 PM

this one helps. I am using paypal API and I need to deliver php emails to recipients that have email adresses with special characters. All works fine as long as I don't send emails to ü@example.com, ö@example.com and so on...but since 2012 those characters exist in email addresses and I can't get php to understand these charakters right. Somebody can help me??? , You need to encode it to utf8
$to = utf8_encode($_POST['payer_email'];

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How to use email adresses with special chars such as Ø


Tag : chash , By : Tigre
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. RFC-822 states that each part of this domain must be formed entirely of ASCII characters, excluding spaces and control characters. Your email address is not valid according to this standard.
What this means for a internationalized domain name is that you will only get an RFC-822 compliant email address by using the ASCII form of that domain name.

Send multiple mails in one deliver command?


Tag : ruby-on-rails , By : Santhanam
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . This idea won't scale much - you'd need to implement something like Resque and workers to process sending all the emails out.
Yes, @socjopata's idea is good, but you'll really want to iterate adding them to the job queue and spawn a couple workers to process them. As per the guides, this is how to do it:
class AdminMailer < ActionMailer::Base
  default :to => ["foo@bar.com", "bar@foo.com"],
          :from => "notification@example.com"

  def new_registration(user)
    @user = user
    mail(:subject => "New User Signup: #{@user.email}")
  end
end
Resque.enqueue(SendMail, <ARGS>)  # replace this in your controller
#send_mail.rb
class SendMail
  @queue = :feedback_mail_queue
  def self.perform(<ARGS>) # pass these in enqueue call
    YourMailer.feedback_mail(<PASS ARGS HERE>).deliver
  end
end
def feedback_mail
    @verteiler = ["foo@bar.com", "bar@foo.com"]
    mail(:to => @verteiler, :subject => "Foo Bar")
end

Freemarker - lack of special character in email subject template cause email content crash


Tag : java , By : deanschang
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . As per request of @freakman, I post my comment as an answer - as it turned out to solve the problem:
Append the BOM (Byte Order Mark) to the beginning of the template file, to ensure it is always parsed as an UTF-8 template.

Seperate the character, special character, numbers from an email id


Tag : sql-server , By : Matt Watson
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do Hi guys back with one more interesting question. , Here is the function:
create function f_tst
(
@txt nvarchar(1000)
) returns table
as
return (with x as
(
select case when substring(@txt, number, 1) like '[a-zA-Z]' then substring(@txt, number, 1)
else '' end a,
case when substring(@txt, number, 1) like '[0-9]' then substring(@txt, number, 1)
else '' end b,
case when substring(@txt, number, 1) NOT like '[a-zA-Z0-9]' then substring(@txt, number, 1)
else '' end c
 from
master..spt_values
where type = 'P'
and number < len(@txt)
)

select distinct( select [a] 
        from x t1 
        for xml path(''), type 
    ).value('.', 'varchar(max)') [Character],
    ( select [c] 
        from x t1 
        for xml path(''), type 
    ).value('.', 'varchar(max)') [Special Character] ,
    ( select [b] 
        from x t1 
        for xml path(''), type 
    ).value('.', 'varchar(max)') [Numbers] 
from x t) 

go
 select * from f_tst('Adventure2008Works.DW@microsoft.com')
declare @t table(txt nvarchar(1000))
insert @t values
('Adventure2008Works.DW@microsoft.com'),
('Adventure2008Wo12ks.DW@"t...')

select * from @t cross apply dbo.f_tst(txt)
txt                                 Character                Special Character Numbers
Adventure2008Works.DW@microsoft.com AdventureWorksDWmicrosoftco .@.            2008
Adventure2008Wo12ks.DW@"t...        AdventureWoksDWt            .@"..         200812

find a special character in file & remove the special character, before/after words of special character using shell


Tag : shell , By : Brian Drum
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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