Send e-mails from Node.js – easy as cake! ????✉️
See nodemailer.com for documentation and terms.
Nodemailer changed from
dns.resolve for resolving SMTP hostnames which might be backwards incompatible and thus the version bump. Nodemailer tries first
resolve4() and if no match is found then
resolve6() and finally reverts back to
lookup(). Additionally found DNS results are cached (for 5 minutes). This should make it easier to manage high performance clients that send a lot of messages in parallel.
Documentation for Nodemailer can be found at nodemailer.com.
You are using older Node.js version than v6.0. Upgrade Node.js to get support for the spread operator.
Gmail either works well or it does not work at all. It is probably easier to switch to an alternative service instead of fixing issues with Gmail. If Gmail does not work for you then don't use it.
Check your firewall settings. Timeout usually occurs when you try to open a connection to a port that is firewalled either on the server or on your machine.
If you are running the code in your own machine, then check your antivirus settings. Antiviruses often mess around with email ports usage. Node.js might not recognize the MITM cert your antivirus is using.
Nodemailer is licensed under the MIT license
The Nodemailer logo was designed by Sven Kristjansen.