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Hi everyone,

 

In our airline we use Google Cloud Platform // cloud computing and for security reasons mailings can only be made through external clients in our case we are using mailgun and so we can send emails normally from our webmail and the mailgun statistics show exactly that.

 

The problem arises with phpVMS, I'm not sure, it is most likely the fault of how we are configuring it, but we do what we think is logical in the config.

 

If you can help us with instructions on how to configure it in more detail, because the phpVMS documentation is very general on this topic, we would greatly appreciate it. :D

 

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Is that section in your config.php, or have you added more info in your .env file? Yeah, the docs aren't quite up to date just yet, but once you've added that info the emails should work normally through Mailgun. If you try to send an email (for example the password reset email), does it go through Mailgun (or at all)?

If you search Google for "Using Mailgun with Laravel" and you may get more info.

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8 hours ago, web541 said:

Is that section in your config.php, or have you added more info in your .env file? Yeah, the docs aren't quite up to date just yet, but once you've added that info the emails should work normally through Mailgun. If you try to send an email (for example the password reset email), does it go through Mailgun (or at all)?

If you search Google for "Using Mailgun with Laravel" and you may get more info.

 

Hello, thanks for your answer, that's right, that is our configuration of config.php and then look for what you tell me and I found the mailgun support another website where they explain very well what to do, same I tried and it did not work with the email of recover key, there will not be a way to debug or trace the emails that try to send phpVMS and see what error they generate.

 

Of course I also added the lines that said those posts to .env but nothing :( 

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The config looks right, have you looked in the storage/logs/laravel.log file?

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