mailcare/codeception-module-mailcare

MailCare module for Codeception

1.0 2019-12-31 10:31 UTC

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Last update: 2021-03-29 00:50:23 UTC


README

MailCare module for Codeception

Installation

composer require "mailcare/codeception-module-mailcare"

Documentation

Module for testing receiving emails using MailCare.

Configuration

  • url optional - API url of your mailcare server (default: https://mailix.xyz/api)
  • login optional - login of your mailcare server
  • password optional - password of your mailcare server
  • timeoutInSeconds optional - Waits up to n seconds for an email to be received (default: 30 seconds)

Example

modules:
    enabled
        - MailCare:
            url: 'https://mailix.xyz/api'
            login: 'https://mailix.xyz/api'
            password: 'https://mailix.xyz/api'

Criterias

  • inbox Filter by inbox (test@example.com).
  • sender Filter by sender (test@example.com).
  • subject Filter by subject (Welcome).
  • since Filter by createdAt (2018-01-19T12:23:27+00:00 or ISO 8601 durations).
  • search Search by inbox or sender or subject (matching).
  • unread Filter only by unread (true).
  • favorite Filter only by favorite (true).

All criterias can be found in the API Documentation of MailCare except for page and limit.

Examples of since with ISO 8601 durations:

  • P1D: one-day duration
  • PT1M: one-minute duration (note the time designator, T, that precedes the time value)

Actions

seeEmailCount

Checks that the email count equals expected value. Waits up to $timeout seconds for the given email to be received.

$I->seeEmailCount(2, [
    'inbox' => 'john@example.org',
    'sender' => 'no-reply@company.com',
    'subject' => 'Welcome John!',
    'since' => 'PT2M',
], 30);
  • param int $expectedCount
  • param array $criterias
  • param int $timeoutInSeconds (optional)

seeEmail

Checks that the given email exists. Waits up to $timeout seconds for the given email to be received.

$I->seeEmail([
    'inbox' => 'john@example.org',
    'sender' => 'no-reply@company.com',
    'subject' => 'Welcome John!',
    'since' => 'PT2M',
], 30);
  • param array $criterias
  • param int $timeoutInSeconds (optional)

dontSeeEmail

Opposite to seeEmail.

$I->dontSeeEmail([
    'inbox' => 'john@example.org',
    'since' => 'PT2M',
], 30);
  • param array $criterias
  • param int $timeoutInSeconds (optional)

grabLinksInLastEmail

In the last email, grabs all the links Waits up to $timeout seconds for the given email to be received.

$I->grabLinksInLastEmail([
    'inbox' => 'john@example.org',
    'since' => 'PT2M',
], 30);

grabTextInLastEmail

In the last email, grabs all the text corresponding to a regex. Waits up to $timeout seconds for the given email to be received.

$I->grabTextInLastEmail('#Password: (?<password>\S+)#', [
    'inbox' => 'john@example.org',
    'subject' => 'Your credentials',
    'since' => 'PT2M',
], 30);
  • param string $regex
  • param array $criterias
  • param int $timeoutInSeconds (optional)
  • return array matches from preg_match_all