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imap_fetch_overview

(PHP 4, PHP 5)

imap_fetch_overviewLit le sommaire des en-têtes de messages

Description

array imap_fetch_overview ( resource $imap_stream , string $sequence [, int $options = 0 ] )

Lit les en-têtes des courriers électroniques de la séquence sequence et retourne un sommaire de leur contenu.

Liste de paramètres

imap_stream

Un flux IMAP retourné par la fonction imap_open().

sequence

Une description de la séquence du message. Vous pouvez énumérer les messages désirés avec la syntaxe X,Y, ou récupérer tous les messages d'un intervalle, avec la syntaxe X:Y

options

sequence va contenir une séquence d'indice de message ou d'UID, si flags contient FT_UID.

Valeurs de retour

Retourne un tableau d'objets décrivant l'en-tête de chaque message. L'objet ne définira une propriété que si elle existe. Les propriétés possibles sont :

  • subject : le sujet du message
  • from : l'expéditeur
  • to : le destinataire
  • date : la date d'expédition
  • message_id : l'identification du message
  • references : la référence sur l'id de ce message
  • in_reply_to : la réponse à cet identifiant de message
  • size : la taille en octets
  • uid : UID du message dans la boîte aux lettres
  • msgno : le numéro de séquence du message dans la boîte
  • recent : ce message est récent
  • flagged : ce message est marqué
  • answered : ce message a donné lieu à une réponse
  • deleted : ce message est marqué pour l'effacement
  • seen : ce message est déjà lu
  • draft : ce message est un brouillon

Exemples

Exemple #1 Exemple avec imap_fetch_overview()

<?php
$mbox 
imap_open("{imap.example.org:143}INBOX""username""password")
     or die(
"Connexion impossible : " imap_last_error());

$MC imap_check($mbox);

// Récupère le sommaire pour tous les messages contenus dans INBOX
$result imap_fetch_overview($mbox,"1:{$MC->Nmsgs}",0);
foreach (
$result as $overview) {
    echo 
"#{$overview->msgno} ({$overview->date}) - From: {$overview->from}
    
{$overview->subject}\n";
}
imap_close($mbox);
?>

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raja at aonic dot net
7 years ago
Here is a function to get messages from IMAP and sort them for pagination.

<?php
   
/**
     * Return array of IMAP messages for pagination
     *
     * @param   int     $page       page number to get
     * @param   int     $per_page   number of results per page
     * @param   array   $sort       array('subject', 'asc') etc
     *
     * @return  mixed   array containing imap_fetch_overview, pages, and total rows if successful, false if an error occurred
     * @author  Raja K
     */
   
public function listMessages($page = 1, $per_page = 25, $sort = null) {
       
$limit = ($per_page * $page);
       
$start = ($limit - $per_page) + 1;
       
$start = ($start < 1) ? 1 : $start;
       
$limit = (($limit - $start) != ($per_page-1)) ? ($start + ($per_page-1)) : $limit;
       
$info = imap_check($this->_imap_stream);
       
$limit = ($info->Nmsgs < $limit) ? $info->Nmsgs : $limit;

        if(
true === is_array($sort)) {
           
$sorting = array(
                       
'direction' => array(   'asc' => 0,
                                               
'desc' => 1),

                       
'by'        => array(   'date' => SORTDATE,
                                               
'arrival' => SORTARRIVAL,
                                               
'from' => SORTFROM,
                                               
'subject' => SORTSUBJECT,
                                               
'size' => SORTSIZE));
           
$by = (true === is_int($by = $sorting['by'][$sort[0]]))
                            ?
$by
                           
: $sorting['by']['date'];
           
$direction = (true === is_int($direction = $sorting['direction'][$sort[1]]))
                            ?
$direction
                           
: $sorting['direction']['desc'];

           
$sorted = imap_sort($this->_imap_stream, $by, $direction);

           
$msgs = array_chunk($sorted, $per_page);
           
$msgs = $msgs[$page-1];
        }
        else
           
$msgs = range($start, $limit); //just to keep it consistent

       
$result = imap_fetch_overview($this->_imap_stream, implode($msgs, ','), 0);
        if(
false === is_array($result)) return false;

       
//sorting!
       
if(true === is_array($sorted)) {
           
$tmp_result = array();
            foreach(
$result as $r)
               
$tmp_result[$r->msgno] = $r;

           
$result = array();
            foreach(
$msgs as $msgno) {
               
$result[] = $tmp_result[$msgno];
            }
        }

       
$return = array('res' => $result,
                       
'start' => $start,
                       
'limit' => $limit,
                       
'sorting' => array('by' => $sort[0], 'direction' => $sort[1]),
                       
'total' => imap_num_msg($this->_imap_stream));
       
$return['pages'] = ceil($return['total'] / $per_page);
        return
$return;
    }
?>
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Group-Office Developer
10 years ago
About the sequence sorting again.
I've found that there's a significant speed improvement by preparing the sequence and then fetch them at once with large mailboxes. On small mailboxes wyou will not notice a speed difference.

But then there's the sorting problem. I've spent all night fiuring out how to do this myself. I found the solution!

Prepare an array of messages with imap_sort. Create a second array that maps the message numbers to the actuall place in the fetched array.
You know it will be in numeric order so you can make an array map with the sort() function sorting it from high to low.
Then you can proces the array fetched with imap_fetch_overview with the array_map and you will have them sorted. If you need an example look in the Group-Office code classes/imap.class.inc in a version later then 2.04.
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mails at slueoend dot ch
10 years ago
Not that this function and all other imap_fetch*-functions will download the whole message and not just the header information.
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suurenbroekNoSpam at ov35 dot NoSpam dot nl
11 years ago
Note that these object-variables only exist when they are actually in the mail.

This means that if a mail has no subject, the property $val->subject will not exist.

Calling $val->subject will generate an notice:
Notice: Undefined property: subject in /home/html/inc/Mbox.php on line xxx

Use this to check it:
if (array_key_exists( "subject", get_object_vars($val)))
   $subj=$val->subject;
else
   $subj="";
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trionon at mail dot ru
12 years ago
This performance hint is useful if you need to print the result of imap_sort():

It's faster to prepare large string with UIDs and then to call imap_fetchoverview once than calling imap_fetchoverview in a loop.
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steve at stevenchalker dot net
12 years ago
I think if you go like a list, you can list your "hotmail" messages.
<?php
$mbox
=imap_open("{imap.server.com}","user","pass");
$MC=imap_check($mbox);
$MN=$MC->Nmsgs;
$overview=imap_fetch_overview($mbox,"1:$MN",0);
$size=sizeof($overview);
for(
$i=$size-1;$i>=0;$i--){
$val=$overview[$i];
$msg=$val->msgno;
$from=$val->from;
$date=$val->date;
$subj=$val->subject;
echo
"#$msg: From:'$from' Date:'$date' Subject:'$subj'<BR>";
imap_close($mbox);
?>
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will
5 years ago
This seems to retrieve incomplete values for headers, instead of getting the entire value, it gets the first. for example, this is a valid To: header

To: foo1@example.com,foo2@example.com
     foo3@example.com

but imap_fetch_overview will only return:
foo1@example.com
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info at djdb dot be
1 year ago
If you lost a mail use this
<?php
   
public function READallUnreadmail(){
        if (
$headers = imap_check($this->msgbox)){
           
$lastnr = $headers->Nmsgs;
            if (
$mails=imap_fetch_overview($this->msgbox,"1:".$lastnr,0)){
                while (list(
$key, $val) = each($mails)) {
                   if (++
$key>=0&&$header= imap_header($this->msgbox, $key)){
                        if(
$header->Unseen=='U'||$header->Recent=='R'){
                            echo
"<br>".$val->msgno." - ".$val->date." - ".$val->subject."\n<br>";
                            print
"IREAD".$header->Msgno;
                           
//$this->getattachmentof($header->Msgno);
                       
}
                    }
                }
            }
        }
    }
?>
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thinice at gmail dot com
3 years ago
Hopefully someone will find this a jumpstarter for a sortable, paginated list:

<?php
public function listMessages($nStart=0, $nCnt=10) {
   
    if (!
$this->loaded) {
        return
NULL;
    }
   
    if ((
$nStart+$nCnt) > $this->getNum()) {
       
$nCnt = $this->getNum()-$nStart;
    }
   
   
$aMsgs = imap_fetch_overview($this->rCon, ($nStart+1).':'.($nStart+$nCnt));
   
$aRet = array();
    if (
$aMsgs) {
        foreach (
$aMsgs as $msg) {
           
$aRet[$msg->udate] = $msg;
        }
    }
   
   
krsort($aRet);
   
   
var_dump($aRet);
}
?>
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dognose
5 years ago
That's right:

calling imap_fetch_overview() once is faster, than calling it
in a loop.

But if you want to get a "day sorted" list, you need to call it in a loop, cause if you enter a "string" of UIDs, they are always sorted by UID, not by the order you entered it.

Heres a little example how to get a date-sorted list:

<?php
/*Sort all msgs by Arrival Date. Newest = 0, oldest = Array Count*/
/*returns an array, containing the UIDs of messages*/
$SortedArray = imap_sort($Handle,SORTARRIVAL,1,SE_UID);

For (
$i = $Start; $i< $Start + $Limit; $i++){
     
/*Read UID from Sorted Array*/
     
$UID = $SortedArray[$i];
     
     
/*Get Detailed MSG Infos*/
     
$Overview = imap_fetch_overview($Handle, $UID, FT_UID);

      [...]
}
?>
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xhack at web dot de
7 years ago
you want a sortet list of mails, but you get always the same order? your c-client seems to cause this. i realized this with linux libc6-2.3.6 and php-5.2.0

try this little code:

# here you try to sort by your criteria
$sort=@imap_sort($mbox,SORTDATE,1,SE_UID);
 
# here the order of the messages to fetch should be recognised, but it isn't

$tmp=@imap_fetch_overview($mbox,implode(',',$sort),FT_UID);
# so try to work around simply:
for($i=0;$i<count($tmp);$i++)
{ $liste[$i]=$tmp[array_search($tmp[$i]->uid,$sort)]; }

so now you can use the sort by date, address, and so on.
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se at designlinks dot net
11 years ago
To further explain 'warrenfalk's comment, the following sequences are exactly the same, and always returns messages with lowest UID to highest UID:

1:5
5:1
1,2,3,4,5
5,4,3,2,1
3,2,5,1,4

(always returned as 1,2,3,4,5)
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jeff at newscloud dot com
6 months ago
The Remote class here (https://github.com/newscloud/mail_filter/blob/master/app/protected/models/Remote.php) has a lot of examples of processing mailbox folders with imap-fetch-overview:

        $this->open($account_id,$this->path_inbox);
         $recent_messages = @imap_search($this->stream, 'SINCE "'.date("j F Y",$tstamp).'"',SE_UID); // 30 November 2013
         if ($recent_messages===false) continue; // to do - continue into next account
         $result = imap_fetch_overview($this->stream, implode(',',array_slice($recent_messages,0,$message_limit)),FT_UID);
         foreach ($result as $item) {        
           $msg = $this->parseHeader($item);
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rueda dot raul at gmail dot com
7 months ago
English:
I've found that for some messages, this function and also function imap_headerinfo(), can't decode the message_id information and returns an ID like "<xxxxxxxxx@unknownmsgid>"

In these cases, I use the following to get the correct messageid:

$header=imap_rfc822_parse_headers(imap_fetchheader($mbox,$msgno))

Spanish:
Con algunos mensajes, esta funcion, al igual que la funcion imap_headerinfo(), no pueden decodificar correctamente la información del ID de mensaje y devuelven un ID como este "<xxxxxxxxx@unknownmsgid>"

En esos casos, uso lo siguiente para obtener el ID de mensaje correcto:

$header=imap_rfc822_parse_headers(imap_fetchheader($mbox,$msgno))
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Ben
5 years ago
Just a quick note, in case anyone else has this trouble.

Remeber that imap_fetch_overview returns an array! So even if you call it for only one message, you'll still need to pick out the first element.

<?php

// fetch overview:
$overview = imap_fetch_overview($handle, $uid, FT_UID);

// echo out, e.g., from field:
echo htmlspecialchars($overview[0]->from);
//                             ^^^ note the index!

?>

It may seem like a stupid error, but I spent a good half hour wondering why it wasn't working until I var_dump'ed $overview.
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