Connecting to Email Services

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== Mandrill Email Service ==
 
== Mandrill Email Service ==

Revision as of 16:04, 20 August 2018

AWS SES

To create a service for connecting to Amazon SES (Simple Email Service), follow these steps.

  • Go to the Services tab in the admin console.
  • Click Create.
  • Set the Service Type to AWS SES.
  • Enter a name and label for the service. Name will be part of the URL for accessing the service via the REST API.
  • Go to the Config tab for the new service.
  • Enter your AWS access key, secret key, and region.
  • Click Create Service to save your new service.
  • Go to the API Docs tab in the admin console to test your new service.

Local Email Service

To create a service for connecting to local email, follow these steps.

  • Go to the Services tab in the admin console.
  • Click Create.
  • Set the Service Type to Local Email Service.
  • Enter a name and label for the service. Name will be part of the URL for accessing the service via the REST API.
  • Click Create Service to save your new service.
  • Go to the API Docs tab in the admin console to test your new service.

Note: By default DreamFactory uses 'sendmail' for Local Email Service. You can change this in the .env file by changing the 'MAIL_DRIVER' option. Valid options for 'MAIL_DRIVER' are 'smtp', 'mail', 'sendmail', 'ses', 'mailgun', 'mandrill'. If you choose 'smtp' as Local Email Service driver then see config/mail.php for SMTP configuration. If you choose 'ses', 'mailgun', or 'mandrill' as the driver then see config/services.php for configuration options.

Mailgun Email Service

To create a service for connecting to Mailgun email, follow these steps.

  • Go to the Services tab in the admin console.
  • Click Create.
  • Set the Service Type to Mailgun Email Service.
  • Enter a name and label for the service. Name will be part of the URL for accessing the service via the REST API.
  • Go to the Config tab for the new service.
  • Enter your Mailgun Domain and API Key. Please note that the domain for sandboxed MailGun accounts will not be the full endpoint URL. Only a portion of the mailgun settings is used here, such as: sandboxcea7db2128824e8c9e360d8f5fb6dd09.mailgun.org
  • Click Create Service to save your new service.
  • Go to the API Docs tab in the admin console to test your new service. If you want to send a simple plain-text e-mail,
{
	"to": [
		{
			"name": "John Smith",
			"email": "[email protected]"
		}
	],
	"subject": "This is a test e-mail",
	"body_text": "This is a test e-mail",
	"from_name": "Jane Doe",
	"from_email": "[email protected]",
	"reply_to_name": "Jane Doe",
	"reply_to_email": "[email protected]"
}

Mandrill Email Service

To create a service for connecting to Mandrill email, follow these steps.

  • Go to the Services tab in the admin console.
  • Click Create.
  • Set the Service Type to Mandrill Email Service.
  • Enter a name and label for the service. Name will be part of the URL for accessing the service via the REST API.
  • Go to the Config tab for the new service.
  • Enter your Mandrill API Key.
  • Click Create Service to save your new service.
  • Go to the API Docs tab in the admin console to test your new service.

SMTP Email Service

To create a service for connecting to SMTP email, follow these steps.

  • Go to the Services tab in the admin console.
  • Click Create.
  • Set the Service Type to SMTP Email Service.
  • Enter a name and label for the service. Name will be part of the URL for accessing the service via the REST API.
  • Go to the Config tab for the new service.
  • Enter your Host, Port (default: 587), Encryption (default: tls), Username, Password.
  • Click Create Service to save your new service.
  • Go to the API Docs tab in the admin console to test your new service.