Testing Email Forms with Kirby

Indeed, they are the same - except that I removed the hacked in TLS parameter again.

Hm, what does isSent() return?

  $success = $kirby->email([
    'from' => 'me@me.de',
    'template' => 'newsletter',
    'to' => 'you@you.de',
    'subject' => 'Welcome!',
    'body'=> 'It\'s great to have you with us',


It returns true. Specifically:
/app/site/controllers/apply.php:149:boolean true

Hm, I have no idea how to help you with setting this up correctly. It’s not an issue with Kirby but rather with your setup somehow.

I’m on a Mac with Valet as my dev environment and have Mailhog working with custom ports and ui api because the defaults for unknown reasons don’t work for me.

Yeah, that’s what I figured. I might give alternate ports a shot or try something different altogether.
Thanks for all the help. In case I do end up figuring something out, I’ll post it here. Until then, it’s not quite fair to label this thread solved though.

I’ve reopened this thread, but it is not a Kirby issue that we can solve.

You might want to have a look at other tool options suggested in the PHPMailer docs: