Sahi Documentation

Sending Emails

abstract Sahi can send emails at the end of a suite, or from anywhere inside a script. To email playback reports at the end of a suite run, refer to Playback via Editor. This section explains how to send out emails from within a script.
There is a small program to send emails which is bundled with Sahi. It is just a thin wrapper over JavaMail.
  1. NOTE: Java 1.8 or above is required.
  2. Call the below function for sending emails, and make changes accordingly.
    function sendEmail($emailSubject, $emailBody) {
      var $host = "";
      var $port = 465;
      var $username = "";
      var $password = "password";
      var $isSSL = true; // set to true if you use SSL
      var $mailer = new$host, $port, $username, $password, $isSSL);
      $mailer.addAttachment("", "d:/");
    Call following function to use sahi/userdata/config/ file for sending email.
    infoFor details about, refer file explained.
    function sendEmailWithProps($emailSubject, $emailBody) {
      var $props = loadProperties(_userDataPath("config/"), false);
      var $mailer = new$props);
      $mailer.addTo(""); //This will append to the already present receipent address from properties file
      $mailer.addAttachment("", "d:/");
    function loadProperties($path, $isXML) {
      var $props = new java.util.Properties();
      try {
        var $inStream = new$path);
        if ($isXML) {
        } else {
      } catch (e) {
                    // do nothing
      return $props;
    info NOTE: Refer to the APIs listed below for more details.
    Refer to Working with Java object directly in Sahi Script to see an example of reading property files via Java and Sahi Script Refer to file explained for detailed explanation about
  3. Call it directly as
    sendEmail("Mail from Sahi", "All izz well");
    sendEmailWithProps("Mail from Sahi", "All izz well");
  4. To trigger an email at the end of script, add a onScriptEnd function to your script:
    function onScriptEnd(){
      var $status = _scriptStatus(); // "FAILURE" or "SUCCESS"
      var $scriptName = _scriptName();
      var $scriptPath = _scriptPath(); // Script name with full file path
      sendEmail($status + ": " + $scriptName, "Script: " + $scriptPath + "\nStatus: " + $status);
The Mailer class mentioned above exposes the following public methods that can be used while sending email:

setTo($toList)Sets recipient address to $toList. eg. $mailer.setTo(""); or $mailer.setTo(",");
addTo($toList)Adds $toList to existing recipient To address list eg. $mailer.addTo(""); or $mailer.addTo(",");
setCC($ccList)Sets CC to $ccList. eg. $mailer.setCC(""); or $mailer.setCC(",");
addCC($ccList)Adds $ccList to existing list for CC eg. $mailer.addCC(""); or $mailer.addCC(",");
setBCC($bccList)Sets BCC to $bccList. eg. $mailer.setBCC(""); or $mailer.setBCC(",");
addBCC($bccList)Adds $bccList to existing list for BCC eg. $mailer.addBCC(""); or $mailer.addBCC(",");
setSubject($subject)Sets the subject of email to $subject.
addSubject($subject)Sets the subject of email to $subject. This is now deprecated. Use setSubject instead.
setBody($body)Sets the body of email to $body
addBody($body)Sets the body of email to $body. This is now deprecated. Use setBody instead.
addAttachment($name, $path);Adds attachment with name as $name and path as $path. Can be called multiple times for multiple attachments.
setMailProperty($property, $value);Sets additional email properties. eg. $mailer.setMailProperty("mail.smtp.starttls.enable", "true");
Refer to Sahi call back functions for more details on onScriptEnd