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class Notify < BaseMailer
include ActionDispatch::Routing::PolymorphicRoutes
include Emails::Issues
include Emails::MergeRequests
include Emails::Notes
include Emails::Projects
include Emails::Profile
include Emails::Pipelines
include Emails::Members
helper MergeRequestsHelper
helper DiffHelper
helper BlobHelper
helper EmailsHelper
helper MembersHelper
helper GitlabRoutingHelper
def test_email(recipient_email, subject, body)
mail(to: recipient_email,
subject: subject,
body: body.html_safe,
content_type: 'text/html'
)
end
# Splits "gitlab.corp.company.com" up into "gitlab.corp.company.com",
# "corp.company.com" and "company.com".
# Respects set tld length so "company.co.uk" won't match "somethingelse.uk"
def self.allowed_email_domains
domain_parts = Gitlab.config.gitlab.host.split(".")
allowed_domains = []
begin
allowed_domains << domain_parts.join(".")
domain_parts.shift
end while domain_parts.length > ActionDispatch::Http::URL.tld_length
allowed_domains
end
def can_send_from_user_email?(sender)
sender_domain = sender.email.split("@").last
self.class.allowed_email_domains.include?(sender_domain)
end
private
# Return an email address that displays the name of the sender.
# Only the displayed name changes; the actual email address is always the same.
def sender(sender_id, send_from_user_email = false)
return unless sender = User.find(sender_id)
address = default_sender_address
address.display_name = sender.name
if send_from_user_email && can_send_from_user_email?(sender)
address.address = sender.email
end
address.format
end
# Look up a User by their ID and return their email address
#
# recipient_id - User ID
#
# Returns a String containing the User's email address.
def recipient(recipient_id)
@current_user = User.find(recipient_id)
@current_user.notification_email
end
# Formats arguments into a String suitable for use as an email subject
#
# extra - Extra Strings to be inserted into the subject
#
# Examples
#
# >> subject('Lorem ipsum')
# => "Lorem ipsum"
#
# # Automatically inserts Project name when @project is set
# >> @project = Project.last
# => #<Project id: 1, name: "Ruby on Rails", path: "ruby_on_rails", ...>
# >> subject('Lorem ipsum')
# => "Ruby on Rails | Lorem ipsum "
#
# # Accepts multiple arguments
# >> subject('Lorem ipsum', 'Dolor sit amet')
# => "Lorem ipsum | Dolor sit amet"
def subject(*extra)
subject = ""
subject << "#{@project.name} | " if @project
subject << extra.join(' | ') if extra.present?
subject << " | #{Gitlab.config.gitlab.email_subject_suffix}" if Gitlab.config.gitlab.email_subject_suffix.present?
subject
end
# Return a string suitable for inclusion in the 'Message-Id' mail header.
#
# The message-id is generated from the unique URL to a model object.
def message_id(model)
model_name = model.class.model_name.singular_route_key
"<#{model_name}_#{model.id}@#{Gitlab.config.gitlab.host}>"
end
def mail_thread(model, headers = {})
add_project_headers
add_unsubscription_headers_and_links
headers["X-GitLab-#{model.class.name}-ID"] = model.id
headers['X-GitLab-Reply-Key'] = reply_key
if Gitlab::IncomingEmail.enabled?
address = Mail::Address.new(Gitlab::IncomingEmail.reply_address(reply_key))
address.display_name = @project.name_with_namespace
headers['Reply-To'] = address
fallback_reply_message_id = "<reply-#{reply_key}@#{Gitlab.config.gitlab.host}>".freeze
headers['References'] ||= ''
headers['References'] << ' ' << fallback_reply_message_id
@reply_by_email = true
end
mail(headers)
end
# Send an email that starts a new conversation thread,
# with headers suitable for grouping by thread in email clients.
#
# See: mail_answer_thread
def mail_new_thread(model, headers = {})
headers['Message-ID'] = message_id(model)
mail_thread(model, headers)
end
# Send an email that responds to an existing conversation thread,
# with headers suitable for grouping by thread in email clients.
#
# For grouping emails by thread, email clients heuristics require the answers to:
#
# * have a subject that begin by 'Re: '
# * have a 'In-Reply-To' or 'References' header that references the original 'Message-ID'
#
def mail_answer_thread(model, headers = {})
headers['Message-ID'] = "<#{SecureRandom.hex}@#{Gitlab.config.gitlab.host}>"
headers['In-Reply-To'] = message_id(model)
headers['References'] = message_id(model)
headers[:subject]&.prepend('Re: ')
mail_thread(model, headers)
end
def reply_key
@reply_key ||= SentNotification.reply_key
end
def add_project_headers
return unless @project
headers['X-GitLab-Project'] = @project.name
headers['X-GitLab-Project-Id'] = @project.id
headers['X-GitLab-Project-Path'] = @project.path_with_namespace
end
def add_unsubscription_headers_and_links
return unless !@labels_url && @sent_notification && @sent_notification.unsubscribable?
list_unsubscribe_methods = [unsubscribe_sent_notification_url(@sent_notification, force: true)]
if Gitlab::IncomingEmail.enabled? && Gitlab::IncomingEmail.supports_wildcard?
list_unsubscribe_methods << "mailto:#{Gitlab::IncomingEmail.unsubscribe_address(reply_key)}"
end
headers['List-Unsubscribe'] = list_unsubscribe_methods.map { |e| "<#{e}>" }.join(',')
@sent_notification_url = unsubscribe_sent_notification_url(@sent_notification)
end
end