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@mailsac/api

Official Mailsac API client library


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mailsac-typescript-api

Official Mailsac TypeScript and JavaScript Client Library

Compiled JavaScript files are published here, as well as TypeScript files and .d typings.

This library is generated from the openapi spec for mailsac which can be seen at https://mailsac.com/openapi.yml or https://mailsac.com/openapi.json.

Usage

npm install @mailsac/api

The official Mailsac API spec documentation which includes usage examples for this library:

https://mailsac.com/docs/api

or see the guides:

https://docs.mailsac.com

List of all mailsac client methods

Usage Example

Get started by instantiating a client library instance with an API key:

import { Mailsac } from "@mailsac/api";
// or for javascript
// const { Mailsac } = require("@mailsac/api");

const mailsac = new Mailsac({ headers: {  "Mailsac-Key": process.env.MAILSAC_KEY } }); // api key from mailsac.com/v2/credentials

Then you can use the client to make requests:

// list public messages on a public inbox (no need to create the inbox first!)
const messages = await mailsac.addresses.listMessages('test-public@mailsac.com');
console.log({ messages }); // [{...}, {...}, ...]

// reserve an enhanced private address - everybody starts with a free one.
const address = await mailsac.addresses.createAddress('test-private@mailsac.com');
console.log({ address }); // { _id: "test-private@mailsac-com", ... }
const myAddresses = await mailsac.addresses.list();
console.log({ myAddresses }); // [{ _id: "test-private@mailsac-com", ... }]

// got to your email client, send an email to the address....
// ...then check the mail
const messages = await mailsac.messages.listMessages('test-private@mailsac.com');
console.log({ messages }); // [{...}, {...}, ...]

There are many more API endpoints which are supported by the client library. Look at ./mailsac-client.ts under the Mailsac class to learn more.

Mailsac has features like custom subdomains of msdc.co which require no DNS config, so you can be receiving private email for testing in seconds.

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Last updated on 12 Jan 2024

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