CakePHP provides built-in support for sending emails using the Cake\Mailer\Email class. You can use this class to configure and send emails from your CakePHP application.
Here’s an example of how you can use the Email class to send an email in a CakePHP application:
use Cake\Mailer\Email; $email = new Email(); $email ->setFrom(['[email protected]' => 'Your Name']) ->setTo(['[email protected]' => 'Recipient Name']) ->setSubject('Email Subject') ->send('Email body');
This example creates a new Email object and sets the sender, recipient, subject, and body of the email. The send() method is then used to send the email.
You can use the various methods of the Email class to configure the email to meet your needs. For example, you can use the setCc() and setBcc() methods to set the CC and BCC recipients, or the setTemplate() method to use a template for the email body.
You can refer to the CakePHP documentation for more information on the Email class and the methods available for configuring and sending emails.
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