array parseAddressList (
string $address = ''
string $defaultDomain = 'localhost'
Extracts the given addresses into their parts.
string $address -
the address(es) to validate
string $defaultDomain -
the default domain to use in case of absence in the
given email address.
boolean $nestGroups -
whether to return the structure with groups
nested for easier viewing.
boolean $validate -
whether to validate atoms. Turn this off if you need to run addresses
through before encoding the personal names, for instance.
a nested array of anonymous objects.
$nestGroups set to FALSE, you
can jump over the next paragraph.
Every array entry contains an object per group. This object has two attributes:
groupname- the name of the group
addresses- an array of all addresses of a group
addresses array consists of an
array of anonymous objects for each address. This object
comes with the following attributes:
personal- the name of the address owner
comment- an array, an entry for each comment per address
mailbox- the name of the mailbox, the part before the @
host- the name of the server, the part after the @
|Error code||Error message||Reason||Solution|
|NULL||every||The given address string is not RFC822 compliant||The error code contains a description of the error.|
This function can be called statically.
This class checks the string only. It does not check for the existence of an email address.
Extract some addresses
$address = 'My group: "Richard" <richard@localhost>;, firstname.lastname@example.org (A comment)';
$addresses = Mail_RFC822::parseAddressList($address, 'phpguru.org', TRUE);