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Emails package is an extesion of the Laravel Enso enviroment, designed for sending emails/notifications.

Note: This package cannot be used outside of enso enviroment and is not included in Laravel Enso Core packages.


  • friendly display of all stored emails together with their status
  • default recipients options such as teams or users
  • attachments manangement
  • email scheduling management
  • email priority


  • install the package using composer: composer require laravel-enso/emails
  • install the front-end assets using yarn/npm: yarn add @enso-ui/emails
  • add the following line in schedule function in App\Console\Kernel.php class:
    protected function schedule(Schedule $schedule)
        //other stuff
        $schedule->job(new ScheduleEmails)->everyMinute();
  • Also make sure that ScheduleEmails class is imported.

NOTE For local schedule testing, you must first run the command:

php artisan schedule:run
  • adds the following alias in webackpack.mix.js
        resolve: {
            extensions: ['.js', '.vue', '.json'],
            alias: {
                 //other aliases
                '@emails': `${__dirname}/node_modules/@enso-ui/emails/src/bulma`
  • in resources/js/router.js file, verify that RouteMerger is imported, or import it

import RouteMerger from '@core-modules/importers/RouteMerger';

  • make sure routeImporter is also imported

import routeImporter from '@core-modules/importers/routeImporter';

  • then use RouteMerger to import front-end assets using the alias defined in webpack.mix.js
(new RouteMerger(routes))
    .add(routeImporter(require.context('./routes', false, /.*\.js$/)))
    .add(routeImporter(require.context('@emails/routes', false, /.*\.js$/)));
  • in resources/js/app.js import the package's icons

import '@emails/icons'

  • make sure hot module replacement is not active, and run yarn dev or npm run dev


  • coming soon..


The package uses the following icons:

  • paper-plane


are welcome. Pull requests are great, but issues are good too.


This package is released under the MIT license.