MAIL -> boolean priority ( [ mixed level ] )
Return TRUE if has been successfully set/unset, FALSE if not. mixed level possible values are: integer 1, 3, 5; string High, Normal, Low mixed level equivalent values are: integer 1 = string High integer 3 = string Normal integer 5 = string Low Example (verification):

$m = new MAIL;

// set priority to "Normal" or "3"
$m->Priority(3);

// set priority to "High" or "1"
$m->Priority('High');

// unset priority
$m->Priority();
Example (deprecated):

$m = new MAIL;

// set priority to "High" or "1"
$m->Priority = 1;

// unset priority
$m->Priority = null;

See Also: MAIL->AddHeader() [ Comments ] Last update: Sunday, June 17, 2007