Email

By default accounts-js will print the emails json in the console.

Configuration

// Options for AccountsServer
const options = {
// You can handle sending the emails by providing an optional sendMail function
sendMail: ({ from, subject, to, text, html }): Promise<void>
};
const accountsServer = new AccountsServer(options);

Overwrite the email templates

To overwrite the email templates:

// Options for AccountsServer
const options = {
emailTemplates: {
from: 'my-app <no-reply@my-app.com>',
verifyEmail: {
subject: (user) => `Verify your account email ${user.profile.lastname}`,
text: (user, url) => `To verify your account email please click on this link: ${url}`,
// Html is not mandatory
html: (user, url) => `<p>To verify your account email please click on this link: ${url}<p>`,
},
resetPassword: // Same as verifyEmail
enrollAccount: // Same as verifyEmail
passwordChanged: // Same as verifyEmail
},
};
const accountsServer = new AccountsServer(options);

Example using nodemailer

import nodemailer from 'nodemailer';
// Initiate nodemailer
const transporter = nodemailer.createTransport({
...myNodemailerOptions,
});
// Options for AccountsServer
const options = {
sendMail: ({ from, subject, to, text, html }) => {
await transporter.sendMail({
from,
to,
subject,
text,
html,
});
},
};
const accountsServer = new AccountsServer(options);

Example using emailjs

import emailjs from 'emailjs';
// inititate emailjs
const server = email.server.connect({
...myEmailjsOptions,
});
// Options for AccountsServer
const options = {
sendMail: ({ from, subject, to, text, html }) => {
return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
server.send(
{
text,
from,
to,
subject,
},
(err) => {
if (err) {
reject(err);
return;
}
resolve();
}
);
});
},
};
const accountsServer = new AccountsServer(options);
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