Add email verification to your Laravel projects.

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You can install the package via composer:

composer require beyondcode/laravel-confirm-email


This package adds a confirmed_at and confirmation_code field to your users table. Publish the migration and the configuration file using

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="BeyondCode\EmailConfirmation\EmailConfirmationServiceProvider"

And run the migrations:

php artisan migrate

Configuring the login, register and forgot password controllers

In order to make use of the email verification, replace the AuthenticatesUsers, RegistersUsers and the SendsPasswordResetEmails traits that come with Laravel, with the ones provided by this package.

These traits can be found in these three files:

  • App\Http\Controllers\Auth\LoginController
  • App\Http\Controllers\Auth\RegisterController
  • App\Http\Controllers\Auth\ForgotPasswordController

Add the confirmation and resend routes

Add the following two routes to your routes/web.php file:

Route::name('auth.resend_confirmation')->get('/register/confirm/resend', 'Auth\RegisterController@resendConfirmation');
Route::name('auth.confirm')->get('/register/confirm/{confirmation_code}', 'Auth\RegisterController@confirm');

Show confirmation messages

This packages adds some flash messages that contain error/information messages for your users. To show them to your users, add this to your login.blade.php:

@if (session('confirmation'))
    <div class="alert alert-info" role="alert">
        {!! session('confirmation') !!}

and this to both your login.blade.php and email.blade.php

@if ($errors->has('confirmation') > 0 )
    <div class="alert alert-danger" role="alert">
        {!! $errors->first('confirmation') !!}


This package comes with a language file, that allows you to modify the error / confirmation messages that your user might see. In addition to that, you can change the notification class that will be used to send the confirmation code completely, by changing it in the config/confirmation.php file.

Change redirect routes

You can change all possible redirect routes by including these values either as properties in your registration controller, or as methods returning the route/URL string:

  • redirectConfirmationTo
  • redirectAfterRegistrationTo
  • redirectAfterResendConfirmationTo

They all default to route('login').

The Confirmed Event

On successful email confirmation, this package dispatches a Confirmed event, in order for you to conveniently handle any custom logic, such as sending a welcome email or automatically logging the user in.

Simply add the Confirmed event, and your listeners, to the EventServiceProvider in your application:

     * The event listener mappings for the application.
     * @var array
    protected $listen = [
        'BeyondCode\EmailConfirmation\Events\Confirmed' => [

For more information about registering events and listeners, please refer to the Laravel docs.


composer test


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