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0.4 2018-05-22 12:49 UTC

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This is MailBundle is Symfony 3.4+ Bundle, for building your own html mail powered with Twig and customizing it. You can easily save your mail to your database before sending it besides your database provider, finally send your mail with your own provider, the default is SwiftMailer


  • Save your mail inside your database before sending it
  • Build your own mail template with twig
  • Save your mail template inside your database
  • Easily integrate with your database provider
  • Easily integrate with your mailing provider
  • Send all your mail at once with the symfony command


With composer, require:

composer require extellient/mail-bundle

Then enable it in your kernel:

// app/AppKernel.php Symfony 3.4+
public function registerBundles()
    $bundles = array(
        new Extellient\MailBundle\MailBundle(),
// config/bundles.php Symfony 4+

return [
    Extellient\MailBundle\MailBundle::class => ['all' => true],

Now you have to update your database to get the two tables (Mail, MailTemplate)

#Symfony 3.4+
php bin/console doctrine:migrations:update


You need to configure the default mail.

# app/config/services.yml Symfony 3.4+
# config/package/extellient_mail.yaml Symfony 4+
    mail_address_from: '<your-email@address.com>'
    mail_alias_from: '<your-email@address.com>'
    mail_reply_to: '<your-email@address.com>'

The default configuration use the Doctrine bridge for the database, Twig for the templating and SwiftMailer to send mail. You don't need to create this file if you want to use the default configuration

# app/config/extelient_mail.yml Symfony 3.4+
# config/package/extelient_mail.yml Symfony 4+
    mail_service_provider: 'Extellient\MailBundle\Provider\Mail\DoctrineMailProvider' #The database provider to get mails
    mail_template_service_provider: 'Extellient\MailBundle\Provider\Template\DoctrineMailTemplateProvider' # The database provider to get templates
    mail_sender_service_provider: 'Extellient\MailBundle\Sender\SwiftMailSender' #The Mail provider that will be use to send mails


Insert your first template inside your database

INSERT INTO `mail_template` (`id`, `created_at`, `updated_at`, `mail_subject`, `mail_body`, `code`) VALUES (1, '2018-03-14 09:44:28', '2018-04-20 15:11:38', 'Reset your password', '<p>Hello,<br /><br />{{link_password_reset}}', 'reset_password'),
// src/controller/HomeController.php


namespace App\Controller;

use Extellient\MailBundle\Services\MailTemplating;
use Extellient\MailBundle\Services\Mailer;
use Symfony\Bundle\FrameworkBundle\Controller\Controller;
use Symfony\Component\Routing\Annotation\Route;

 * Class HomeController
 * @package App\Controller
class HomeController extends Controller
     * Create your mail from a template
     * @Route("/", name="home")
     * @param MailTemplating $mailTemplating
    public function indexAction(MailTemplating $mailTemplating)
        $mail = $mailTemplating->createEmail('your_template', 'your-email@your-email.com', [
            'variable_twig' => 'test'

     * Create your mail without a template
     * @Route("/mail", name="home")
     * @param Mailer $mailer
    public function mailAction(Mailer $mailer)
        $mail = $mailer->createEmail('subject', 'body', 'your-email@your-email.com');


After to go to this page, check your data inside your table Mail and you should see your first entry inside it

Send all your mail

This command will send all the mail inside your table Mail, where sent_date = null

php bin/console extellient:mail:send