This plugin provides an interface for creating emails on the fly and store them in a queue to be processed later by an offline worker using a cakephp shell command.
- CakePHP 2.x
There are a few ways you can choose for intalling this plugin:
- Download this: https://github.com/nodesagency/cake-interactive-shell/zipball/master
- Unzip that download.
- Copy the resulting folder to
- Rename the folder you just copied to
In your app directory type:
git submodule add git://github.com/nodesagency/cakephp-email-queue.git Plugin/EmailQueue git submodule init git submodule update
In your plugin directory type
git clone git://github.com/nodesagency/cakephp-email-queue.git Plugin/EmailQueue
In 2.0 you need to enable the plugin your
If you are already using
CakePlugin::loadAll();, then this is not necessary.
In order to use this plugin, you need to create a database table. Required SQL is located at
Just load it into your database.
Whenever you need to send an email, use the EmailQueue model to create and queue a new one by storing the correct data:
ClassRegistry::init('EmailQueue.EmailQueue')->enqueue($to, $data, $options);
enqueue method receives 3 arguments:
- First argument is a string or array of email addresses that will be treated as recipients.
- Second arguments is an array of view variables to be passed to the email template
- Third arguments is an array of options, possible options are
subject: Email's subject
send_at: date time sting representing the time this email should be sent at (in UTC)
template: the name of the element to use as template for the email message
layout: the name of the layout to be used to wrap email message
format: Type of template to use (html, text or both)
config: the name of the email config to be used for sending
Emails should be sent using bundled Sender command, use
-h modifier to
read available options
# Console/cake EmailQueue.Sender -h
You can configure this command to be run under a cron or any other tool you wish to use.