Nodemailer 1.3.0

A module for the Node.js platform, perfect for sending out emails, with support included for Unicode, HTML, SMTP, XOAUTH, SSL and TLS
Nodemailer is a emailing utility for Node.js, similar to what the mail() function does in PHP (as per functionality, not implementation).

This module's main function is to allow emails to be sent out from a Node.js server, by allowing the platform to tap into various email sending services like sendmail, SMTP servers or Amazon SES.

There's nothing in Node.js that will support sending out emails natively, so that's why a third-party dedicated email service is needed for Nodemailer to work.

Nodemailer was tested and found working from PaaS platforms like:
Windows Azure, Heroku, AppFog, OpenShift, Modulus and Nodejitsu.

Main features:

  • Support for Unicode characters
  • Support for plain text emails
  • Support for HTML emails
  • Support for embedded images
  • Support for file attachments
  • Support for SSL/STARTTLS
  • Support for SMTP connection pools
  • Support for XOAUTH2 authentication
  • Support for XOAUTH2 token generation
  • Support for DKIM signing
  • Support for Gmail delivery
  • Support for Hotmail delivery

last updated on:
September 13th, 2014, 10:21 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Andris Reinman
license type:
MIT License
operating system(s):
Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
category:
C: \ Email Systems

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What's New in version 1.0.4
  • HTML node was instered twice if the message consisted of a HTML content (but no text content) + at least one attachment with CID + at least one attachment without CID. In this case the HTML node was inserted both to the root level multipart/mixed section and to the multipart/related sub section.
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