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Prevents from sending email on dev/staging environments.

1.2.0 2015-02-20 13:54 UTC

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Did you by mistake send e-mails from dev machine to production users? We did.

To prevent this situations we created a simple catch-all extension for default Laravel mailer. It will send e-mails only to whitelisted addresses (or to a fallback e-mail address).

This package is meant only for dev/test/staging environments.


  1. Add package to composer: composer require "desmart/laravel-mailer:1.2.*"
  2. Publish configuration: php artisan vendor:publish
  3. Edit configuration file: config/desmart-laravel-mailer.php
  4. Replace Illuminate\Mail\MailServiceProvider with DeSmart\LaravelMailer\MailServiceProvider

How it works?

When mailer is enabled it replaces default \Illuminate\Mail\Mailer. Every to(), cc(), bcc() method call will be intercepted.

If e-mail address is not in whitelist (note: we only do whitelists by domain so be careful with this) it will be changed to address.

That way every e-mail sent by Laravel will be redirected only to trusted users.

Laravel compatibility

This package should not break compatibility with Laravel Mailer.

Laravel 4.2

To use desmart/laravel-mailer with Laravel 4.2 switch version to 1.1.*

Laravel 4.1

To use desmart/laravel-mailer with Laravel 4.1 switch version to 1.0.*