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I am using a plugin wordpress-simple-paypal-shopping-cart for my cart requirement. I am trying to send an email through this plugin when some payment is made by using IPN.

My code :

$invoiceProducts = $_SESSION['simpleCart'];
    if(isset($invoiceProducts) && !empty($invoiceProducts)){
        $html = renderHTML($invoiceProducts);
        generatePDF($html);
        unset($invoiceProducts);
    }

function renderHTML($param){
    $IPN = $_POST;

    $name = $IPN['first_name'];
    $donationAmount = $IPN['payment_gross'];
    $contributorsEmail = $IPN['payer_email'];
    $contributorsPhone = $IPN['payer_email'];
    $contributorsAddr = $IPN['address_name'] . ', ' . $IPN['address_city'] . ', ' . $IPN['address_country'];

    //We will need to shoot email to laura of successfull payment.
    $to = 'myemail@domain.com';
    $subject = 'Donation made on your website';
    $message = '';
    $message .= '<html><body>';
    $message .= '<p>You have received a contribution from<strong>'.$name.'</strong> of <strong>'.$donationAmount.'</strong></p>';
    $message .= '<p>Contributor Information:</p>';
    $message .= '<ul>';
    $message .= '<li>Name:'.$name.'</li>';
    $message .= '<li>Amount:'.$donationAmount.'</li>';
    $message .= '<li>Email:'.$contributorsEmail.'</li>';
    $message .= '<li>Address:'.$contributorsAddr.'</li>';
    $message .= '</ul>';
    $message .= '</body></html>';

    wp_mail( $to, $subject, $message, $headers, $attachments );
}

But when this function is called I am getting this error : Fatal error: Call to undefined function wp_mail()

I know why I am getting this error, its just that my plugin is getting loaded first rather then wp_mail().

In my case how can I call wp_mail() first then my plugin?

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wp_mail() is defined in wp-includes/pluggable.php. This file is loaded after the plugins are loaded, but before the hook plugins_loaded has been fired.
So the answer is: wait.

add_action( 'plugins_loaded', 'renderHTML' );

On a side note: prefix your function names and your global variables.

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