WireMailMandrill by Craig Rodway

A WireMail implementation using the Mandrill HTTP API

WireMailMandrill

This module is an extension for the WireMail class to utilise the Mandrill HTTPS API.

It includes the official Mandrill PHP API client library.

Installation

  • Place module files inside /site/modules/WireMailMandrill/
  • Follow the standard ProcessWire module installation method (Admin, Modules, New, Refresh, Install)
  • Obtain a Mandrill API key from the logged in Settings page.
  • View the WireMailMandrill module configuration page and enter the API key.

Usage

All messaging functions throughout the site that use WireMail or wireMail() when this module is installed.

Example code


$mail = wireMail();

$mail->from('john.hammond@jurassicpark.com', 'John Hammond');
$mail->to('alan.grant@dinosaurfun.com', 'Alan Grant');
$mail->subject('The park is open');
$mail->bodyHTML($bodyHTML);

// Add an attachment
$mail->attachment($somePage->files->first()->filename);

$count = $mail->send();

Links


Changelog


v0.0.1 2015-05-30

  • Initial release, beta.

Licence


GPLv2

Install and use modules at your own risk. Always have a site and database backup before installing new modules.

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