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1. Obtain the PHPMailer from
2. There are two files in the zip file (class.phpmailer.php and class.smtp.php).
3. Both files must be placed together.
4. Extract the files in a folder call phpmailer.
5. Open notepad and paste the following code to a php file after performing the necessary changes. SMTPServer - The smtp server address (e.g: mail.yourdomainname) EmailID - One of your Email Login ID EmailPassword - Password for the selected Email SenderEmail - Sender Email Address, only from your domain email SenderName - Sender Email Name
RecipientEmail - Recipient Sender Email Name
RecipientName - Name
ReplyEmail - Sender Email Address, only from your domain email
ReplyName - Sender Email Name
Subject - Subject of the Email Message
Body - Email Message Contents
PlainTextBody - Plain Text Message Contents, will display when recipient can't read HTML IsSMTP();

$mail->Host = "SMTPServer";
$mail->SMTPAuth = true; $mail->Username = "EmailID";
$mail->Password = "EmailPassword";
$mail->From = "SenderEmail";
$mail->FromName = "SenderName";
$mail->AddAddress("RecipientEmail", "RecipientName");
$mail->AddReplyTo("ReplyEmail", "ReplyName");
$mail->Subject = "Subject"; $mail->Body = "MessageBody";
$mail->AltBody = "PlainTextBody"; if(!$mail->Send()) { echo "Message could not be sent."; echo "Mailer Error: " . $mail->ErrorInfo; exit; } echo "Message has been sent"; ?>

6. You may obtain the sample code that utilise the phpmailer at

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