Laravel package for Mailjet API V3 and Laravel Mailjet Mail Transport

2.1.0 2020-01-21 08:12 UTC


Laravel Mailjet

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Laravel package for handling Mailjet API v3 using this wrapper:

It also provides a mailjetTransport for Laravel mail feature


First, include the package in your dependencies:

composer require mailjet/laravel-mailjet

Then, you need to add some informations in your configuration files. You can find your Mailjet API key/secret here

  • In the providers array:
'providers' => [
  • In the aliases array:
'aliases' => [
    'Mailjet' => Mailjet\LaravelMailjet\Facades\Mailjet::class,
  • In the services.php file:
mailjet' => [
    'key' => env('MAILJET_APIKEY'),
    'secret' => env('MAILJET_APISECRET'),
  • In your .env file:

Full configuration

'mailjet' => [
    'key' => env('MAILJET_APIKEY'),
    'secret' => env('MAILJET_APISECRET'),
    'transactional' => [
        'call' => true,
        'options' => [
            'url' => '',
            'version' => 'v3.1',
            'call' => true,
            'secured' => true
    'common' => [
        'call' => true,
        'options' => [
            'url' => '',
            'version' => 'v3',
            'call' => true,
            'secured' => true

You can pass settings to MailjetClient.

  • transactional: settings to sendAPI client
  • common: setting to MailjetClient accessible throught the Facade Mailjet

Mail driver configuration

In order to use Mailjet as your Mail driver, you need to update the mail driver in your config/mail.php or your .env file to MAIL_DRIVER=mailjet, and make sure you are using a valid and authorised from email address configured on your Mailjet account. The sending email addresses and domain can be managed here

For usage, please check the Laravel mail documentation


In order to usage this package, you first need to import Mailjet Facade in your code:

use Mailjet\LaravelMailjet\Facades\Mailjet;

Then, in your code you can use one of the methods available in the MailjetServices.

Low level API methods:

  • Mailjet::get($resource, $args, $options)
  • Mailjet::post($resource, $args, $options)
  • Mailjet::put($resource, $args, $options)
  • Mailjet::delete($resource, $args, $options)

High level API methods:

  • Mailjet::getAllLists($filters)
  • Mailjet::createList($body)
  • Mailjet::getListRecipients($filters)
  • Mailjet::getSingleContact($id)
  • Mailjet::createContact($body)
  • Mailjet::createListRecipient($body)
  • Mailjet::editListrecipient($id, $body)

For more informations about the filters you can use in each methods, refer to the Mailjet API documentation

All method return Mailjet\Response or throw a MailjetException in case of API error.

You can also get the Mailjet API client with the method getClient() and make your own custom request to Mailjet API.


  • Add additional unit tests to increase code coverage.