Nishchay mail is wrapper around swiftmailer. This makes swiftmailer feature more easy to use. Mail configurations are contained in settings/configuration/mail.php file where we can define list of mail configuration.


Inside config section we can define list of mail configuration to be used within application.

'main' => [
    'host' => 'localhost',
    'port' => 1025,
    'encryption' => null,
    'credential' => [
        'username' => '',
        'password' => ''
    'from' => [
        '' => 'Bhavik Patel'

Below table explains each config:

Name Description
host SMTP host
port Port number
encryption Encryption type like tls, ssl.
credential.username Username for authentication. Leave it blank if not needed.
credential.password Password for authentication. Leave it blank if not needed.
from Default email address from which email should be sent.

Which config to be used by default is defined using default setting.

How to use

Use Nishchay::getMail method to get an instance for the mail. This method accepts optional argument, which should be name of configuration. If we don't pass then instance for default configuration is returned.

Below example demonstrates how we can send simple email:

        ->setTo(['' => 'Test Name'])
        ->setSubject('My First Email')
        ->setBody('This is my first email content')

Use setTo method to set recipient of an email. We can pass single or email address.

        ->setTo(['' => 'Test Name']);

This will sets email to be sent to Below code also works if we don't set name for the to address:


Just like setTo, we can also set CC and BCC using setCc and setBcc method.


To set email subject use setSubject method.

        ->setSubject('Email Subject');
Write email content

We can set email body content using setBody method which accepts following arguments:

Name Description
content Content of the email
contentType Content type of email content like text/plan or text/html
Charset Charset like UTF-8.

To send plain text email, just pass body content only in first argument. For the HTML content pass text/html in the second argument.

Email content from view

We can also use view for the email content. We only need to setBodyFromView method which accepts two argument, first one for the view name and second for the charset.

See below code how we can send email using content from email.


We don't have put extension in view name as we do in route. We can use html, php or twig file. To pass data to view use Nishchay\Http\Request\RequestStore class. Learn more about Request store here.

Embed image in content

Rather than using url in image, we advise to use embedded image in content. Method embed helps us embedding image in content. This method returns embedded id for the image path passed to it. Below example demonstrate how we can we use it.

Let's first get an embedded id for the image:

$imageId = $Nishchay::getEmail()->embed(RESOURCES . 'images/nishchay.png');

Then pass it to view using RequestStore:

RequestStore::set('imageId', $imageId);

Use it in view:

<img src="{{ imageId|raw }}" alt="Nishchay Logo"/>

We can attach any file to be sent as an attachment. We simply need to pass path to file and its filename. Although file name is optional here. We recommend file name to be pass. See below example how we can attach a file:

        ->addAttchment('/path/to/file.doc', 'Document');

Once attachment has been attached to email, it can be also be removed:


This method throws Nishchay\Exception\ApplicationException exception if path passed was not attached to an email.


Once we done with preparing an email, email can send by using send method. This method returns number of email sent successfully.

            '' => 'Test Name',
            '' => 'Test2 Name'
        ->setSubject('My First Email')
        ->setBody('This is my first email content')

To set priority for the email, use setPriority method. Which accepts priority number starting from 1 (Highest) to 5 (Lowest).


Priority number and its levels are show below:

Number Description
1 Highest
2 High
3 Normal
4 Low
5 Lowest