Classes, interfaces, and traits

AbstractHeader

Abstract base class representing a mime email's header.

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AddressHeader

Reads an address list header using the AddressBaseConsumer.

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DateHeader

Reads a DatePart value header in either RFC 2822 or RFC 822 format.

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GenericHeader

Reads the header using GenericConsumer.

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HeaderContainer

Maintains a collection of headers for a part.

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HeaderFactory

Constructs various AbstractHeader types depending on the type of header passed.

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IdHeader

Represents a Content-ID, Message-ID, In-Reply-To or References header.

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ParameterHeader

Represents a header containing a primary value part and subsequent name/value parts using a ParameterConsumer.

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ReceivedHeader

Represents a Received header.

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SubjectHeader

Reads the header using a SubjectConsumer.

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Classes, interfaces, and traits

AbstractConsumer

Abstract base class for all header token consumers.

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AddressBaseConsumer

Serves as a base-consumer for recipient/sender email address headers (like From and To).

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AddressConsumer

Parses a single part of an address header.

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AddressGroupConsumer

Parses a single group of addresses (as a named-group part of an address header).

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CommentConsumer

Consumes all tokens within parentheses as comments.

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ConsumerService

Simple service provider for consumer singletons.

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DateConsumer

Parses a date header into a Part\DatePart taking care of comment and quoted parts as necessary.

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GenericConsumer

A minimal implementation of AbstractConsumer defining a CommentConsumer and QuotedStringConsumer as sub-consumers, and splitting tokens by whitespace.

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IdBaseConsumer

Serves as a base-consumer for ID headers (like Message-ID and Content-ID).

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IdConsumer

Parses a single ID from an ID header. Begins consuming on a '<' char, and ends on a '>' char.

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ParameterConsumer

Reads headers separated into parameters consisting of a main value, and subsequent name/value pairs - for example text/html; charset=utf-8.

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QuotedStringConsumer

Represents a quoted part of a header value starting at a single quote, and ending at the next single quote.

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ReceivedConsumer

Parses a Received header into ReceivedParts, ReceivedDomainParts, a DatePart, and CommentParts.

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SubjectConsumer

Extends GenericConsumer to remove its sub consumers.

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Classes, interfaces, and traits

DomainConsumer

Parses a so-called "extended-domain" (from and by) part of a Received header.

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GenericReceivedConsumer

Consumes simple literal strings for parts of a Received header.

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ReceivedDateConsumer

Parses the date portion of a Received header into a DatePart.

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Classes, interfaces, and traits

AddressGroupPart

Holds a group of addresses, and an optional group name.

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AddressPart

Holds a single address or name/address pair.

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CommentPart

Represents a mime header comment -- text in a structured mime header value existing within parentheses.

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DatePart

Parses a header into a DateTime object.

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HeaderPart

Abstract base class representing a single part of a parsed header.

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HeaderPartFactory

Constructs and returns HeaderPart objects.

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LiteralPart

A literal header string part. The value of the part is stripped of CR and LF characters, but otherwise not transformed or changed in any way.

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MimeLiteralPart

Represents a single mime header part token, with the possibility of it being MIME-Encoded as per RFC-2047.

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MimeLiteralPartFactory

Extends HeaderPartFactory to instantiate MimeLiteralParts for its newInstance function.

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ParameterPart

Represents a name/value pair part of a header.

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ReceivedDomainPart

Holds extra information about a parsed Received header part, for FROM and BY parts, namely: ehlo name, hostname, and address.

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ReceivedPart

Represents one parameter in a parsed 'Received' header, e.g. the FROM or VIA part.

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SplitParameterToken

Holds a running value for an RFC-2231 split header parameter.

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Token

Holds a string value token that will require additional processing by a consumer prior to returning to a client.

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