Perl module for SendGrid's API
Perl Perl6
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README.md

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

As of May 1, 2016, SendGrid will no longer support this library.

Please direct any questions to the Developer Experience team.

Build Status

sendgrid-perl

Send emails via SendGrid. Provides wrapper for custom SMTP API fields and allows for easy manipulation of filter/app settings.

Written by Tim Jenkins.

License

Licensed under the MIT License.

Install

We are currently working on getting this module on CPAN. In the meantime, you can install from the included archive.

git clone https://github.com/sendgrid/sendgrid-perl.git
cd sendgrid-perl
sudo cpanm SendGrid-1.3.tar.gz

You can also build the archive yourself:

perl Makefile.PL
make
make test
make dist

Basic usage

For authentication, please use either your SendGrid credentials or an API key.

use warnings;
use strict;

use Email::SendGrid;
use Email::SendGrid::Transport::REST;

my $sg = Email::SendGrid->new( from => 'from@example.com',
                              to => 'to@example.com',
                              subject => 'Testing',
                              text => "Some text http://sendgrid.com/\n",
                              html => '<html><body>Some html
                                                  <a href="http://sendgrid.com">SG</a>
                                       </body></html>' );

#disable click tracking filter for this request
$sg->disableClickTracking();

#turn on the unsubscribe filter here with custom values
$sg->enableUnsubscribe( text => "Unsubscribe here: <% %>", html => "Unsubscribe <% here %>" );

#set a category
$sg->header->setCategory('first contact');

#add unique arguments
$sg->header->addUniqueIdentifier( customer => '12345', location => 'somewhere' );

my $trans = Email::SendGrid::Transport::REST->new( username => 'sendgrid_username', password => 'sendgrid_password' );

my $error = $trans->deliver($sg);
die $error if ( $error );

Advanced Usage

For more detailed information, please refer to the perldocs.