mailer 3.2.1
mailer: ^3.2.1

Dart native
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Compose and send emails from Dart. Supports file attachments and HTML emails

mailer #

mailer is an easy to use library for composing and sending emails in Dart.

Mailer supports file attachments and HTML emails.

mailer2 and mailer3 #

mailer2 and mailer3 on pub.dart are forks of this project.

mailer was not well maintained and mailer2 and mailer3 had some important fixes.

Currently mailer should include all known bug-fixes and AFAIK there is no reason to use mailer2 or mailer3.

Dart2 support #

Support for dart2 has been added in version ^1.2.0

Version ^2.0.0 is a rewrite (it too supports dart1.x and dart2).

Even though the API for ^2.0.0 has slightly changed, most programs will probably continue to work with deprecation warnings.

SMTP definitions #

Mailer provides configurations for a few common SMTP servers.

Please create merge requests for missing configurations.

  • Copy lib/smtp_server/gmail.dart to lib/smtp_server/xxx.dart
  • Adapt the code. (See lib/smtp_server.dart for possible arguments)
  • Export the newly created SMTP server in lib/smtp_server.dart
  • Create a pull request.

In a lot of cases you will find a configuration in legacy.dart

Features #

  • Plaintext and HTML emails
  • Unicode support
  • Attachments
  • Secure (filters and sanitizes all fields context-wise)
  • Use any SMTP server like Gmail, Live, SendGrid, Amazon SES
  • SSL/TLS support
  • Pre-configured services (Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, etc.). Just fill in your username and password.

TODO HELP WANTED #

  • Correct encoding of non ASCII mail addresses.
  • Reintegrate address validation from version 1.*
  • Improve Header types. (see ir_header.dart)
    We should choose the correct header based on the header name.
    Known headers (list-unsubscribe,...) should have their own subclass.
  • Improve documentation.

Examples #

Sending an email with SMTP #

See gmail example.

import 'package:mailer/mailer.dart';
import 'package:mailer/smtp_server.dart';

main() async {
  String username = 'username@gmail.com';
  String password = 'password';

  final smtpServer = gmail(username, password);
  // Use the SmtpServer class to configure an SMTP server:
  // final smtpServer = SmtpServer('smtp.domain.com');
  // See the named arguments of SmtpServer for further configuration
  // options.  
  
  // Create our message.
  final message = Message()
    ..from = Address(username, 'Your name')
    ..recipients.add('destination@example.com')
    ..ccRecipients.addAll(['destCc1@example.com', 'destCc2@example.com'])
    ..bccRecipients.add(Address('bccAddress@example.com'))
    ..subject = 'Test Dart Mailer library :: 😀 :: ${DateTime.now()}'
    ..text = 'This is the plain text.\nThis is line 2 of the text part.'
    ..html = "<h1>Test</h1>\n<p>Hey! Here's some HTML content</p>";

  try {
    final sendReport = await send(message, smtpServer);
    print('Message sent: ' + sendReport.toString());
  } on MailerException catch (e) {
    print('Message not sent.');
    for (var p in e.problems) {
      print('Problem: ${p.code}: ${p.msg}');
    }
  }
  // DONE
  
  
  // Let's send another message using a slightly different syntax:
  //
  // Addresses without a name part can be set directly.
  // For instance `..recipients.add('destination@example.com')`
  // If you want to display a name part you have to create an
  // Address object: `new Address('destination@example.com', 'Display name part')`
  // Creating and adding an Address object without a name part
  // `new Address('destination@example.com')` is equivalent to
  // adding the mail address as `String`.
  final equivalentMessage = Message()
      ..from = Address(username, 'Your name')
      ..recipients.add(Address('destination@example.com'))
      ..ccRecipients.addAll([Address('destCc1@example.com'), 'destCc2@example.com'])
      ..bccRecipients.add('bccAddress@example.com')
      ..subject = 'Test Dart Mailer library :: 😀 :: ${DateTime.now()}'
      ..text = 'This is the plain text.\nThis is line 2 of the text part.'
      ..html = "<h1>Test</h1>\n<p>Hey! Here's some HTML content</p>";
    
  final sendReport2 = await send(equivalentMessage, smtpServer);
  
  // Sending multiple messages with the same connection
  //
  // Create a smtp client that will persist the connection
  var connection = PersistentConnection(smtpServer);
  
  // Send the first message
  await connection.send(message);
  
  // send the equivalent message
  await connection.send(equivalentMessage);
  
  // close the connection
  await connection.close();
  
}

License #

This library is licensed under MIT.