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Laravel Email Failer

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Laravel Email Failer

composer require --dev rogervila/laravel-email-failer

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Trigger email failures to assert what happens on your Laravel Application when an email fails to send

Usage

Once MailFailer instance is binded, all emails will fail. This helps to assert that your application Mail exceptions are handled correctly (ie: mark the email address as invalid)

class MyService
{
    public static function sendEmail()
    {
        \Illuminate\Support\Facades\Mail::send(...);
    }
}

public function test_happy_path()
{
    Mail::fake();

    MyService::sendEmail();

    Mail::assertSent(MyMailable::class);
}

public function test_email_failures()
{
    $this->expectException(TransportException::class);

    \LaravelEmailFailer\MailFailer::bind();

    MyService::sendEmail();

    Mail::assertNotSent(MyMailable::class);

    dump(Mail::failures());
    // Assert here what happens when the email has failed
}

License

Laravel Email Failer is open-sourced software licensed under the MIT license.

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