MvcMailer sends emails using the MVC views as Email Body with no effort. See an example at the project site.
Here's a quick list of features:
a) Use Razor/WebForms views
b) Use Master pages
c) Write Testable Code
d) Pass values to your view using ViewBag or ViewModel and
e) Generate Absolute URL using Url.Abs method [New in V0.5].
This package has a very good amount of test coverage and if you want, take a look at the project site. This is email done eight for ASP.Net MVC - no more spaghetti code for emailing :) See the code project article at http://www.codeproject.com/KB/aspnet/MvcMailerNuGet.aspx to learn more about MvcMailer!
MvcMailer has a MailerBase class that extends ControllerBase class. So, Mailers are just like your Controllers.
As a result, you can use all the controller goodies without any learning curve, period. The end result is a professional looking HTML email body ready for your to send to your website users.
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package MvcMailer -Version 0.6.0
dotnet add package MvcMailer --version 0.6.0
<PackageReference Include="MvcMailer" Version="0.6.0" />
paket add MvcMailer --version 0.6.0
This package has no dependencies.
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