mailparse_uudecode_all

(PECL mailparse >= 0.9.0)

mailparse_uudecode_all Scans the data from fp and extract each embedded uuencoded file

Description

array mailparse_uudecode_all ( resource $fp )

Scans the data from the given file pointer and extract each embedded uuencoded file into a temporary file.

Parameters

fp

A valid file pointer.

Return Values

Returns an array of associative arrays listing filename information.

filename Path to the temporary file name created
origfilename The original filename, for uuencoded parts only
The first filename entry is the message body. The next entries are the decoded uuencoded files.

Examples

Example #1 mailparse_uudecode_all() example

<?php

$text 
= <<<EOD
To: fred@example.com

hello, this is some text hello.
blah blah blah.

begin 644 test.txt
/=&AI<R!I<R!A('1E<W0*
`
end

EOD;

$fp tmpfile();
fwrite($fp$text);

$data mailparse_uudecode_all($fp);

echo 
"BODY\n";
readfile($data[0]["filename"]);
echo 
"UUE ({$data[1]['origfilename']})\n";
readfile($data[1]["filename"]);

// Clean up
unlink($data[0]["filename"]);
unlink($data[1]["filename"]);

?>

The above example will output:

BODY
To: fred@example.com

hello, this is some text hello.
blah blah blah.

UUE (test.txt)
this is a test

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mat at phpconsulting dot com
11 years ago
As an alternative,  uudecode() can be called as static function as follows:

$file =& Mail_mimeDecode::uudecode($some_text);

This will return the following arrays:
@param  string Input body to look for attachments in
@return array  Decoded bodies, filenames and permissions
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