John Davidson

php - Laravel not sending email to environment variable

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Message:


I am using the following working code in Laravel:


Mail::to('[email protected]')->send(new \App\Mail\CheckinInfo([
'client' => $client,
]));

when I use an email address from the environment, it stopped working:


Mail::to(env('MAIL_FROM_ADDRESS'))->send(new \App\Mail\CheckinInfo([
'client' => $client,
]));

In .env I got:


[email protected]

and I tried


MAIL_FROM_ADDRESS="[email protected]"

The cache and config are cleared.


The error message is:


[2022-07-29 18:44:26] production.ERROR: An email must have a "To", "Cc", or "Bcc" header. {"exception":"[object] (Symfony\\Component\\Mime\\Exception\\LogicException(code: 0): An email must have a \"To\", \"Cc\", or \"Bcc\" header. at /www/htdocs/app/laravel/vendor/symfony/mime/Message.php:128)


My Answer:
protected $to;

public function __construct()
{
$this->to = env('MAIL_TO_ADDRESS');
}

public function sendEmail()
{
Mail::to($this->to)->send(new TestMail());
}

In this code, I am setting the recipient email address in the constructor using the `env` function to retrieve the value from the environment variable `MAIL_TO_ADDRESS`. Then, I am using this recipient email address in the `sendEmail` method to send the email.

Make sure you have set the `MAIL_TO_ADDRESS` environment variable in your `.env` file. If the email is still not being sent, check your mail configuration in the `config/mail.php` file to ensure it is correctly set up.

If you are still facing issues, you can try debugging by checking the mail logs or using a service like Mailtrap to capture the emails being sent from your application.

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