flutter_mailer

pub package

Share email content via device Email Client - supports multiple Attachments

Simple & quick plugin for cross application data sharing of email fields in mobile development.

Flutter Mailer example app

Supports:

  • x android
  • x ios

Getting Started

Add to your pubspec dependencies, like so:

dependencies:
  flutter:
    sdk: flutter
  flutter_mailer: ^1.0.0

Instantiate mail options as follows:

send email

import 'package:flutter_mailer/flutter_mailer.dart';

...
...

final MailOptions mailOptions = MailOptions(
  body: 'a long body for the email <br> with a subset of HTML',
  subject: 'the Email Subject',
  recipients: ['example@example.com'],
  isHTML: true,
  bccRecipients: ['other@example.com'],
  ccRecipients: ['third@example.com'],
  attachments: [ 'path/to/image.png', ],
);

final MailerResponse response = await FlutterMailer.send(mailOptions);
switch (response) {
  case MailerResponse.saved: /// ios only
    platformResponse = 'mail was saved to draft';
    break;
  case MailerResponse.sent: /// ios only
    platformResponse = 'mail was sent';
    break;
  case MailerResponse.cancelled: /// ios only
    platformResponse = 'mail was cancelled';
    break;
  case MailerResponse.android:
    platformResponse = 'intent was successful';
    break;
  default:
    platformResponse = 'unknown';
    break;
}

note gmail and other apps Might parse HTML out of the body.

Android check if app is installed.

use full if you want to send the intent to a specific App. returns false on IOS

const GMAIL_SCHEMA = 'com.google.android.gm';

final bool gmailinstalled =  await isAppInstalled(GMAIL_SCHEMA);

if(gmailinstalled) {
  final MailOptions mailOptions = MailOptions(
    body: 'a long body for the email <br> with a subset of HTML',
    subject: 'the Email Subject',
    recipients: ['example@example.com'],
    isHTML: true,
    bccRecipients: ['other@example.com'],
    ccRecipients: ['third@example.com'],
    attachments: [ 'path/to/image.png', ],
    appSchema: GMAIL_SCHEMA,
  );
  await FlutterMailer.send(mailOptions);
}

IOS check if device has the ability to send email

this package uses MFMailComposeViewController for IOS which requires the default mail App. if none is installed you might want to revert to use url_launcher returns false on Android


  final bool canSend = await canSendMail();

  if(!canSend && Platform.isIos) {
    final url = 'mailto:$recipient?body=$body&subject=$subject';
    if (await canLaunch(url)) {
      await launch(url);
    } else {
      throw 'Could not launch $url';
    }
  }
}

For help getting started with Flutter, view official online documentation.

For help on editing plugin code, view the documentation.

based off of react-native-mail

Libraries

flutter_mailer