The most efficient way to use mustache templates with SendGrid: send 1000 mustache mails with only 1 POST request.
Instead of sending 1000 rendered mustache mails (with different
html properties) through 1000 POST requests,
we map mustache variables to the SendGrid X-SMTPAPI so that the same job is done with only 1 POST request.
npm install sendgrid-mustache
sm.send(email, users, callback)
Additionnally, you can specify a template file with
htmlTemplate (instead of using
users is an array of JSON objects with an
callback is a
function(success, message, end) called if 1000 emails have been sent or if all emails have been sent.
end parameter is a boolean indicating if it's the latter.
For example, if we're sending 3500 mails, the callback will be called 3 first times
end === false for the first 3000 emails and one last time with
end === true for the last 500 emails.
var sm =;sm;
Since we use the SendGrid X-SMTPAPI under the hood, this module only supports basic mustache. No sections!
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