Recently while working on Laravel mail functionalities, I have got some issues in sending email over SMTP server. I was using Sendgrid mail server to send email. I have done the same configuration as I have already done in my one of old project. You have already seen that doing same configuration on different projects sometimes not work. Same was happened with me.
So I have dig deep into that. While checking its official Laravel documentation, I have seen in the .env file, MAIL_USERNAME and
MAIL_PASSWORD was changed to API Key. Before that, it was working with only your Sendgrid username and password.
So what is changed?
While login to Sendgrid account, first in the API Key menu under Settings section, create the API key and copy.
Now your Laravel .env file, change MAIL_USERNAME=apikey and MAIL_PASSWORD=<API Key>. This is full Mail configuration in your .env file.
MAIL_MAILER=smtp MAIL_HOST=smtp.sendgrid.net MAIL_PORT=465 MAIL_USERNAME=apikey MAIL_PASSWORD=SG.YPAMv...........V_1yoO78 MAIL_ENCRYPTION=ssl MAIL_FROM_NAME="HackTheStuff" MAIL_FROM_ADDRESS=hackthestuffinfo.com
If your website is not ssl certified, use MAIL_PORT=587 and MAIL_ENCRYPTION=tls.
You may have got error if you have not verified sender authenticate.
To authenticate your sender authenticate, go to Sender Authenticate menu under the Settings section. Use Domain Authentication or Single Sender Verification option to verify.
The error sould have resolved now.
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