Schedule a task for sending e-mail

mail, email, laravel, shedule, postman, schedule-your-sending-mail



Note Required PHP version >= 7.1

Obviously, you must have configured the database and Mail

What is it?

This package is for Laravel. Using the interface you can send the emails on schedule.

It's simple! You are creating a letter and sending it at just the right time!

You intrigued?

Read on!


Installed via composer.

composer require agoalofalife/postman

Before you install the package, it is important to define your language.

In file config/app.php

 'locale' => 'en',

Note Out of the box en and ru.

if if your version is below laravel 5.5. insert service provider :


Next, you're executing the command:

php artisan postman:install

Now you can insert the template where you want.

It could be your administrative panel or what else.


now you can see your interface!


And last.. You need to work cron. App\Console\Kernel

 if (config('postman.switcher')) {

Custom Mode

Each letter has its own algorithm sending. Example :

  • Send all as BCC
  • Send all as CC For this there are routines that implement the interface

You must implement all three methods:

  • getName()
  • getDescription()
  • postEmail()

Of the first two all clear from the title. postEmail() within the logic of sending.

If something is not clear you can see examples in the source code.

Once you have implemented his mode, it is necessary to specify in the configuration file and execute the command :

php artisan postman:seed 


  • You can set the column size
 'ui' => [
        'table' => [
            'id' => 60,
            'date' => 180,
            'email.theme' => 180,
            'email.text' => 400,
            '' => 140,
            'status_action_human' => 130,
            'updated_at' => 140,
            'operations' => 240,
  • List of available modes

'modes' => [

Vue components

If you don't want to set using the templating Blade, it is possible to migrate a component to vue.

php artisan vendor:publish --tag=postman-components


You can define your rules in config file.

     | Middleware
     | Set middleware
     'middleware' => '',