How do I create a custom email template in Magento 2?

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Magento 2 offers extensive customization options for both the store frontend and backend. One such feature is the ability to customize email templates. In this blog, we will show you how to create a custom email template in Magento 2. To do this, we will first need to access the Admin panel and then navigate to Stores > Configuration > Sales > Sales Emails. From here, we can begin creating our new custom email template.

How to configure a custom email server in Magento 2

1. In order to configure a custom email server in Magento 2, you will need to first create a new file called “local.xml” in the /app/etc/ directory.

2. Within this file, you will need to add the following code:

// Optional if authentication is not required

// Optional if authentication is not required

:port, // If your host requires SMTP Authentication transportation layer security by specifying an encryption type after : example: ssl or tls ex: smtpsecure:’ssl’ OR ‘tls’ Default Port Numbers are 465 for SSL and 587 for TLS **If no port number is specified then 25 will be used** Example with all parameters filled out including secure transport layer specification: 60974505

Setting up a custom email template in Magento 2

Setting up a custom email template in Magento 2 is easy and can be done in just a few steps. To start, you’ll need to create a new file called “email_templates.xml” in yourMagento 2 root directory. This file will contain the XML configuration for your custom email templates.

Next, you’ll need to add the following code to your email_templates.xml file: