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Magento PHP mail function :

class Gta_MerchantNotification_Model_Observer {
    public function merchantremainder($Observer) {
       $order = $Observer->getEvent()->getOrder();
       $order_details = $order->getAllVisibleItems();

       $itemData = array();
       foreach ($order_details as $list) {
          $incrementid = $order->getIncrementId();
          $sku = $list->getsku();
          $name = $list->getName();
          $price = $list->getPrice();
          $Qty = $list->getQtyOrdered();
          $extra = $order->getIncrementId();
          $message = 


          $itemData[$list->getId()] = $message;

      $finalMessage = "<table border='1'>
      <th>Product name</th>
      <th>Qty Ordered</th>
      if (!empty($itemData)) {
          foreach ($itemData as $data) {
             $finalMessage .= $data;

         $finalMessage .= "</table>";


 public function sendMail($message) {
   $body ="$message";
   $emailTemplate = Mage::getModel('core/email');
   $emailTemplate->setSubject("Custom Email from observer");



Now my output like :



Edited by aveeva

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So you're looking to add "Order id..." above the table? If so, you should be able to add that information to the $finalMessage variable, before the open <table> tag.

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