These functions create a MIME message. They can be created atomically using gm_mime() or iteratively using the various accessors.

gm_mime(..., attr = NULL, body = NULL, parts = list())

# S3 method for mime
gm_to(x, val, ...)

# S3 method for mime
gm_from(x, val, ...)

# S3 method for mime
gm_cc(x, val, ...)

# S3 method for mime
gm_bcc(x, val, ...)

# S3 method for mime
gm_subject(x, val, ...)

gm_text_body(mime, body, content_type = "text/plain",
  charset = "utf-8", encoding = "quoted-printable",
  format = "flowed", ...)

gm_html_body(mime, body, content_type = "text/html", charset = "utf-8",
  encoding = "base64", ...)

gm_attach_part(mime, part, id = NULL, ...)

gm_attach_file(mime, filename, type = NULL, id = NULL, ...)

Arguments

...

additional parameters to put in the attr field

attr

attributes to pass to the message

body

Message body.

parts

mime parts to pass to the message

x

the object whose fields you are setting

val

the value to set, can be a vector, in which case the values will be joined by ", ".

mime

message.

content_type

The content type to use for the body.

charset

The character set to use for the body.

encoding

The transfer encoding to use for the body.

format

The mime format to use for the body.

part

Message part to attach

id

The content ID of the attachment

filename

name of file to attach

type

mime type of the attached file

Examples

# using the field functions msg = gm_mime() %>% gm_from("james.f.hester@gmail.com") %>% gm_to("asdf@asdf.com") %>% gm_text_body("Test Message") # alternatively you can set the fields using gm_mime(), however you have # to use properly formatted MIME names msg = gm_mime(From="james.f.hester@gmail.com", To="asdf@asdf.com") %>% gm_html_body("<b>Test<\b> Message")