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imap_headerinfo

(PHP 4, PHP 5)

imap_headerinfoRead the header of the message

Description

object imap_headerinfo ( resource $imap_stream , int $msg_number [, int $fromlength = 0 [, int $subjectlength = 0 [, string $defaulthost = NULL ]]] )

Gets information about the given message number by reading its headers.

Parameters

imap_stream

An IMAP stream returned by imap_open().

msg_number

The message number

fromlength

Number of characters for the fetchfrom property. Must be greater than or equal to zero.

subjectlength

Number of characters for the fetchsubject property Must be greater than or equal to zero.

defaulthost

Return Values

Returns the information in an object with following properties:

  • toaddress - full to: line, up to 1024 characters
  • to - an array of objects from the To: line, with the following properties: personal, adl, mailbox, and host
  • fromaddress - full from: line, up to 1024 characters
  • from - an array of objects from the From: line, with the following properties: personal, adl, mailbox, and host
  • ccaddress - full cc: line, up to 1024 characters
  • cc - an array of objects from the Cc: line, with the following properties: personal, adl, mailbox, and host
  • bccaddress - full bcc: line, up to 1024 characters
  • bcc - an array of objects from the Bcc: line, with the following properties: personal, adl, mailbox, and host
  • reply_toaddress - full Reply-To: line, up to 1024 characters
  • reply_to - an array of objects from the Reply-To: line, with the following properties: personal, adl, mailbox, and host
  • senderaddress - full sender: line, up to 1024 characters
  • sender - an array of objects from the Sender: line, with the following properties: personal, adl, mailbox, and host
  • return_pathaddress - full Return-Path: line, up to 1024 characters
  • return_path - an array of objects from the Return-Path: line, with the following properties: personal, adl, mailbox, and host
  • remail -
  • date - The message date as found in its headers
  • Date - Same as date
  • subject - The message subject
  • Subject - Same a subject
  • in_reply_to -
  • message_id -
  • newsgroups -
  • followup_to -
  • references -
  • Recent - R if recent and seen, N if recent and not seen, ' ' if not recent.
  • Unseen - U if not seen AND not recent, ' ' if seen OR not seen and recent
  • Flagged - F if flagged, ' ' if not flagged
  • Answered - A if answered, ' ' if unanswered
  • Deleted - D if deleted, ' ' if not deleted
  • Draft - X if draft, ' ' if not draft
  • Msgno - The message number
  • MailDate -
  • Size - The message size
  • udate - mail message date in Unix time
  • fetchfrom - from line formatted to fit fromlength characters
  • fetchsubject - subject line formatted to fit subjectlength characters

See Also

PHP Manual