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mailparse_rfc822_parse_addresses

(PECL mailparse >= 0.9.0)

mailparse_rfc822_parse_addressesParse RFC 822 compliant addresses

Описание

array mailparse_rfc822_parse_addresses ( string $addresses )

Parses a » RFC 822 compliant recipient list, such as that found in the To: header.

Список параметров

addresses

A string containing addresses, like in: Wez Furlong <wez@example.com>, doe@example.com

Замечание:

This string must not include the header name.

Возвращаемые значения

Returns an array of associative arrays with the following keys for each recipient:

display The recipient name, for display purpose. If this part is not set for a recipient, this key will hold the same value as address.
address The email address
is_group TRUE if the recipient is a newsgroup, FALSE otherwise.

Примеры

Пример #1 mailparse_rfc822_parse_addresses() example

<?php

$to 
'Wez Furlong <wez@example.com>, doe@example.com';
var_dump(mailparse_rfc822_parse_addresses($to));

?>

Результат выполнения данного примера:

array(2) {
  [0]=>
  array(3) {
    ["display"]=>
    string(11) "Wez Furlong"
    ["address"]=>
    string(15) "wez@example.com"
    ["is_group"]=>
    bool(false)
  }
  [1]=>
  array(3) {
    ["display"]=>
    string(15) "doe@example.com"
    ["address"]=>
    string(15) "doe@example.com"
    ["is_group"]=>
    bool(false)
  }
}

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murph dot vienna at gmail dot com
6 months ago
<?php
// input: My Test Email <some.test.email@somewhere.net>

function get_displayname_from_rfc_email($rfc_email_string) {
   
// match all words and whitespace, will be terminated by '<'
   
$name       = preg_match('/[\w\s]+/', $rfc_email_string, $matches);
   
$matches[0] = trim($matches[0]);
    return
$matches[0];
}
// Output: My Test Email

function get_email_from_rfc_email($rfc_email_string) {
   
// extract parts between the two parentheses
   
$mailAddress = preg_match('/(?:<)(.+)(?:>)$/', $rfc_email_string, $matches);
    return
$matches[1];
}
// Output: some.test.email@somewhere.net
?>
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dancablam
7 years ago
To just extract the email address out of an RFC822 line, it's faster and more reliable to just use a simple regex such as:

<?php
$rfc
= '"Bob Smith" <bob@smith.com>';
preg_match('/[\\w\\.\\-+=*_]*@[\\w\\.\\-+=*_]*/', $rfc , $regs);
$parsed = $regs[0];
?>

The above code will pull out: bob@smith.com

No matter the variation of the RFC822 line, as long as there's a valid email address in it somewhere, the above regex will find it.
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Anonymous
9 years ago
An alternative to the mailparse_rfc822_parse_addresses() function is Mail_RFC822::parseAddressList() from Pear:

http://pear.php.net/manual/en/package.mail.mail.php

It parses the string and returns a structured tree of data. Returns a pear_error object if the string is not valid.

Example:

require_once "PEAR.php";
require_once "Mail/RFC822.php";
                                                                               
$addr= "Hi <hi@world.org>";
                                                                               
$res= Mail_RFC822::parseAddressList($addr);
if (PEAR::isError($res)) die("NOT VALID: " . $res->getMessage() . "\n");
echo "OK. Data:\n";
print_r($res);
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mat at phpconsulting dot com
11 years ago
If for some reason you cannot compile mailparse into your install of PHP, you will also find an extremely similar function in the Mail_MIME PEAR class, specifically in mimeDecode.php.
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