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Laravel Step 7: Add the

Laravel Step 7: Add the following lines in app/Http/routes.php. app/Http/routes.php Route::get('sendbasicemail','MailController@basic_email'); Route::get('sendhtmlemail','MailController@html_email'); Route::get('sendattachmentemail','MailController@attachment_email'); Step 8: Visit the following URL to test basic email. http://localhost:8000/sendbasicemail Step 9: The output screen will look something like this. Check your inbox to see the basic email output. Step 10: Visit the following URL to test the HTML email. http://localhost:8000/sendhtmlemail Step 11: The output screen will look something like this. Check your inbox to see the html email output. Step 12: Visit the following URL to test the HTML email with attachment. http://localhost:8000/sendattachmentemail 106

Laravel Step 13: The output screen will look something like this. Check your inbox to see the html email output with attachment. Note: In the MailController.php file the email address in the from method should be the email address from which you can send email address. Generally, it should be the email address configured on your server. 107

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