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  • Arduino - Email Client

    This is an example of using Arduino Uno/Mega and PHPoC [WiFi] Shield to send an email.

    Hardware Required


    Circuit
    • Stack PHPoC Shield or PHPoC WiFi Shield on Arduino Uno or Mega

    Note that: Arduino communicates with PHPoC [WiFi] Shield via pins 10, 11, 12 and 13 on the Uno, and pins 10, 50, 51 and 52 on the Mega. Therefore, these pins CANNOT be used for general I/O.



    Install Arduino IDE

    If you have not install Arduino IDE yet, please download and install Arduino IDE .




    Install Library
    • Run Arduino IDE.
    • Navigate to Sketch > Include Library > Manage Libraries

    • Search "Phpoc" on search bar of the Library Manager.

    • Select the PHPoC library and press the [Install] button.

    • Restart Arduino IDE for the next step.


    Setup Network Information
    This part is needed only for the first use.

    1. If Ethernet is used
    In case of using PHPoC Shield (P4S-348), you have two options to connect to network: Ethernet or WiFi.
    If using Ethernet, please follow this instruction to connect the shield to Ethernet.


    2. If WiFi is used
    WiFi is available in both P4S-347 and P4S-348. Please follow:

    Source Code
    • Open "EmailClient" example on Arduino IDE

      Code:
      	// Arduino Email Client - Send Email to Server Directly
      	//
      	// PHPoC Shield and PHPoC WiFi Shield are Internet Shields for Arduino Uno and
      	// Mega.
      	//
      	// This is an example of using Arduino Uno/Mega and PHPoC [WiFi] Shield to send
      	// an email
      	//
      	// Arduino communicates with PHPoC [WiFi] Shield via pins 10, 11, 12 and 13 on
      	// the Uno, and pins 10, 50, 51 and 52 on the Mega. Therefore, these pins CANNOT
      	// be used for general I/O.
      	//
      	// This example code was written by Sollae Systems. It is released into the
      	// public domain.
      	//
      	// Tutorial for the example is available here:
      	// https://forum.phpoc.com/articles/tutorials/1252-arduino-email-client
      
      	#include <Phpoc.h>
      
      	PhpocEmail email;
      
      	void setup() {
      	  Serial.begin(9600);
      	  while(!Serial)
      	    ;
      
      	  // initialize PHPoC [WiFi] Shield:
      	  Phpoc.begin(PF_LOG_SPI | PF_LOG_NET | PF_LOG_APP);
      	  //Phpoc.begin();
      
      	  Serial.println("Sending email to server directly");
      
      	  // setup From/To/Subject:
      	  email.setFrom("from_email_address", "from_user_name");
      	  email.setTo("to_email_address", "to_user_name");
      	  email.setSubject("Mail from PHPoC Shield for Arduino");
      
      	  // write email message:
      	  email.beginMessage();
      	  email.println("Hello, world!");
      	  email.println("I am PHPoC Shield for Arduino");
      	  email.println("Good bye");
      	  email.endMessage();
      
      	  // send email:
      	  if(email.send() > 0)
      	    Serial.println("Email send ok");
      	  else
      	    Serial.println("Email send failed");
      	}
      
      	void loop() {
      	}
    • The line-by-line explaination of code is presented inside the code.
      For more detail of functions's reference, please refer to PHPoC Shield for Arduino Library Reference
    • Modify source code
      Assumption

      Note that: receiver can be the same as sender.

      You need to put information of receiver and sender as follows:

    • Compile the example code and upload to Arduino by clicking "Upload" button on Arduino IDE



    Test and Result
    • Open Serial Monitor tool on Arduino IDE to see the output log
    • Check your mail box



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