Nodemailer has zero dependencies
This post is not about EmailEngine but another software project I maintain – Nodemailer. It's a nifty module for Node.js (as you might assume from the name) that allows to send out emails. And in this post, I'll explain how and why I ended up having zero dependencies for Nodemailer
Using the EmailEngine API to send email
In this blog post, I'm walking through the required steps to register an account with EmailEngine and sending an email from that account. Step 1. Register a new account Register a new account with IMAP and SMTP settings (reference [https://api.emailengine.app/#operation/postV1Account]) curl -XPOST "http://127.0.
Using EmailEngine with PHP and Composer
EmailEngine [https://emailengine.app/] is an application that allows access to any email account to send and receive emails. It has a small helper library for Composer that you can find here [https://packagist.org/packages/postalsys/emailengine-php]. So, in this post, I'll show how to register an email account
Transactional email service
EmailEngine is a self-hosted open-source application that provides a REST interface on top of any email account you can access, to read and send emails. Combining these features would give you a similar email sending experience you'd get from a transactional email service.