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Re: html format email

by golux (Pilgrim)
on Apr 05, 2013 at 13:47 UTC ( #1027138=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to html format email

Hi GordonLim,

Corion is right, MIME::Lite is definitely the way to go.

Here's a short example using your data that may help:

use strict; use warnings; use MIME::Lite; my $subject = "Welcome to Booking Request"; my $sender = 'myself@this_host.this_domain'; my $recipient = 'jason@hotmail.com'; my $data = qq{ <h1>Hello</h1> }; my $mime = MIME::Lite->new( 'From' => $sender, 'To' => $recipient, 'Subject' => $subject, 'Type' => 'text/html', 'Data' => $data, ); $mime->send() or die "Failed to send mail\n";
say  substr+lc crypt(qw $i3 SI$),4,5


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by GordonLim (Acolyte) on Apr 05, 2013 at 19:35 UTC
    Hi, Finally I successed to print out html formal table. But now I'm facing another new problem is how to add function in the html? exmaple add in foreach function or I try to add
    open(INFO, "data2.txt"); # Open db for reading @array=<INFO>; close (INFO); @ascend=sort(@array);
    it just display this code out and not working as function. below is my example script:
    my $data = qq{ open(INFO, "data2.txt"); # Open db for reading @array=<INFO>; close (INFO); @ascend=sort(@array); <h1 border=\"1\" align=\"center\">Welcome to ATCA Booking and man +agment system<br>Chassis information and detail</h1> <body> <TABLE cellSpacing=\"0\" cellPadding=\"0\" border=\"1\" align=\"c +enter\"> <TR align=\"center\"><TD>No</TD><TD>version</TD><TD>Chassis</TD><T +D>Assigned</TD><TD>CMMIP1</TD><TD>CMMIP2</TD><TD>CMM1<br>SerialPortCo +nnection</TD><TD>CMM2<br>SerialPortConnection</TD><TD>Ibootbar_Altuse +n</TD></TR> foreach $line (@ascend){ ($version,$okok)=split(/\|/,$line); <TR><TD align=\"center\"> $i++ </TD><TD> $version </TD> } </table> };
      You've mixed data and code, which won't work. Perhaps you're confusing perl with php?

      What you want to do is separate the data and code, having the code process the data. Something like:

      use strict; use warnings; my $data = qq{ <h1 border=\"1\" align=\"center\">Welcome to ATCA Booking and man +agment system<br>Chassis information and detail</h1> <body> <TABLE cellSpacing=\"0\" cellPadding=\"0\" border=\"1\" align=\"c +enter\"> <TR align=\"center\"><TD>No</TD><TD>version</TD><TD>Chassis</TD><T +D>Assigned</TD><TD>CMMIP1</TD><TD>CMMIP2</TD><TD>CMM1<br>SerialPortCo +nnection</TD><TD>CMM2<br>SerialPortConnection</TD><TD>Ibootbar_Altuse +n</TD></TR> </table> }; # Open db for reading -- but die if there's an error open(INFO, "data2.txt") or die "Failed to open 'data2.txt' ($!)\n"; my @array = <INFO>; close (INFO); my @ascend=sort(@array); my $i = 1; foreach my $line (@ascend){ my ($version, $okok) = split(/\|/,$line); $data .= qq{ <TR><TD align=\"center\"> $i </TD><TD> $version </TD> }; ++$i; } print "DATA:\n $data\n";

      Update: put back $i, which I now see was in each first <td>

      say  substr+lc crypt(qw $i3 SI$),4,5
        Hi, Finally I done my table, thank you very much to golux. Below are the script working for me :)
        my $data = qq{ Hi All,<br> Currently below are the chassis which is currently being assigned <TABLE cellSpacing=\"0\" cellPadding=\"0\" border=\"1\" align=\"c +enter\"> <TR align=\"center\"><TD>No</TD><TD>version</TD><TD>Chassis</TD><T +D>Assigned</TD><TD>CMMIP1</TD><TD>CMMIP2</TD><TD>CMM1<br>SerialPortCo +nnection</TD><TD>CMM2<br>SerialPortConnection</TD><TD>Ibootbar_Altuse +n</TD></TR> }; # Open db for reading -- but die if there's an error open(INFO, "data.txt")or die "Failed to open 'data.txt' ($!)\n"; # + Open db for reading @array = <INFO>; close (INFO); @ascend=sort(@array); foreach my $line (@ascend){ my($version,$Chassis,$Assigned,$CMMIP1,$CMMIP2,$CMM1SerialPortConn +ection,$CMM1SerialPortConnectionPort,$CMM2SerialPortConnection,$CMM2S +erialPortConnectionPort,$Ibootbar_Altusen) = split(/\|/,$line); $data .= qq{ <TR><TD align=\"center\"> $i </TD><TD> $version </TD><TD> $Chassis </TD><TD> $Assigned </TD><TD> $CMMIP1 </TD><TD> $CMMIP2 </TD><TD> $CMM1SerialPortConnection <h>Port-</h> $CMM1SerialPortConnectionPort </TD><TD> $CMM2SerialPortConnection <h>Port-</h> $CMM2SerialPortConnectionPort </TD><TD> $Ibootbar_Altusen </TD></TR> }; ++$i; } print "DATA:\n $data\n"; my $mime = MIME::Lite->new( 'From' => $sender, 'To' => $email, 'Subject' => $subject, 'Type' => 'text/html', 'Data' => $data, ); $pingStatus = &checkTargetPing("mail.hotmail.com"); if ($pingStatus eq 1) { $smtp = Net::SMTP->new('mail.hotmails.com'); $mime->send() or die "Failed to send mail\n"; $mime->quit; } }

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