_prepare_content($option__values) : \@content

Given a $option__values hashref, transform it to an arrayref suitable for sending as multipart/form-data. The core logic here is that array references are modified from:

    option => [ value1, value2, ... ]


    [ option => value1, option => value2, ... ]


WWW::Mailgun - Perl wrapper for Mailgun (http://mailgun.org)


    use WWW::Mailgun;

    my $mg = WWW::Mailgun->new({
        key => 'key-yOuRapiKeY',
        domain => 'YourDomain.mailgun.org',
        from => 'elb0w <elb0w@YourDomain.mailgun.org>' # Optionally set here, you can set it when you send

    #sending examples below

    # Get stats http://documentation.mailgun.net/api-stats.html
    my $obj = $mg->stats;

    # Get logs http://documentation.mailgun.net/api-logs.html
    my $obj = $mg->logs;


Mailgun is a email service which provides email over a http restful API. These bindings goal is to create a perl interface which allows you to easily leverage it.


new({key => 'mailgun key', domain => 'your mailgun domain', from => 'optional from')

Creates your mailgun object

from => the only optional field, it can be set in the message.


Send takes in a hash of settings Takes all specificed here http://documentation.mailgun.net/api-sending.html 'from' is optionally set here, otherwise you can set it in the constructor and it can be used for everything

Send a HTML message with optional array of attachments
          to => 'some_email@gmail.com',
          subject => 'hello',
          html => '<html><h3>hello</h3><strong>world</strong></html>',
          attachment => ['/Users/elb0w/GIT/Personal/Mailgun/test.pl']
Send a text message
          to => 'some_email@gmail.com',
          subject => 'hello',
          text => 'Hello there'
Send a MIME multipart message
          to      => 'some_email@gmail.com',
          subject => 'hello',
          text    => 'Hello there',
          html    => '<b>Hello there</b>'

unsubscribes, bounces, spam

Helper methods all take a method argument (del, post, get) http://documentation.mailgun.net/api_reference.html 'post' optionally takes a hash of properties

    # View all unsubscribes L<http://documentation.mailgun.net/api-unsubscribes.html>
    my $all = $mg->unsubscribes;

    # Unsubscribe user from all
    $mg->unsubscribes('post',{address => 'user@website.com', tag => '*'});

    # Delete a user from unsubscriptions

    # Get a user from unsubscriptions
    # View all spam complaints L<http://documentation.mailgun.net/api-complaints.html>
    my $all = $mg->complaints;

    # Add a spam complaint for a address
    $mg->complaints('post',{address => 'user@website.com'});

    # Remove a complaint

    # Get a complaint for a adress
    # View the list of bounces L<http://documentation.mailgun.net/api-bounces.html>
    my $all = $mg->bounces;

    # Add a permanent bounce
        address => 'user@website.com',
        code => 550, #This is default
        error => 'Error Description' #Empty by default

    # Remove a bounce

    # Get a bounce for a specific address


Mailing Lists


George Tsafas <elb0w@elbowrage.com>


elb0w on irc.freenode.net #perl https://github.com/gtsafas/mailgun.perl



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