ESP32 Send Emails using an SMTP Server: HTML, Text and Attachments (Arduino IDE)

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Learn how to send emails with the ESP32 using an SMTP Server. We’ll show you how to send a simple email with HTML or raw text and how to send attachments like images and files (.txt). The ESP32 board will be programmed using Arduino IDE.

SMTP means Simple Mail Transfer Protocol and it is an internet standard for email transmission. To send emails using an ESP32, you need to connect it to an SMTP Server.

To send emails with the ESP32, we’ll use the ESP32 MailClient library. This library allows the ESP32 to send and receive emails with or without attachment via SMTP and IMAP servers.

In this tutorial we’ll use SMTP to send an email with and without attachments. As an example, we’ll send an image (.jpg) and a text (.txt) file. The files to be sent via email can be saved in the ESP32 SPIFFS or SD card.

Before proceeding with this tutorial, you need to install the ESP32 MailClient library. This library can be installed through the Arduino IDE Library Manager.

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