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Send emails with Nodemailer using Ethereal in Node.js




To send emails using Nodemailer in an Express app, you will need to install the Nodemailer module first. You can install Nodemailer using npm (Node Package Manager) by running the following command in your terminal:

npm install nodemailer


Once you have installed Nodemailer, you can use it in your Express app by requiring it in your app.js file like this:

const nodemailer = require('nodemailer');


Next, you will need to create a transporter object using the createTransport method of the Nodemailer module. The createTransport method takes an object as an argument that specifies the transport method you want to use. For example, to use the SMTP transport method, you can create a transporter object like this:


const transporter = nodemailer.createTransport({ host: 'smtp.example.com', port: 465, secure: true, auth: { user: 'user@example.com', pass: 'password' } });


Once you have created the transporter object, you can use it to send an email using the sendMail method. The sendMail method takes an object as an argument that contains the details of the email you want to send, such as the recipient's email address, the subject of the email, and the body of the email.


For example, to send an email to recipient@example.com with the subject "Hello" and the body "Hello, world!", you can use the following code:

transporter.sendMail({ from: 'sender@example.com', to: 'recipient@example.com', subject: 'Hello', text: 'Hello, world!' });


That's it! This is the basic process for sending emails using Nodemailer in an Express app. You can find more information about the options available in the Nodemailer documentation.

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