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Get Controller URL in Email Template file in Magento 2

Updated 22 February 2024

Here, we are discussing how to get a controller URL in the mail template file according to the store.

For example: If you want to add a link to the custom controller or store-wise login URL, then you can follow the given method.

Here, we write the code to send an email to a customer in which we add a customer login URL according to the store.

first, create a method that you call the email template file method to send mail :

	public function generateTemplate(){
	   $customerId = 4;//any customer id
	   $customerModel = $this->_objectManager->get(
        $customer = $customerModel->load($customerId);
        $customerStoreId = $customer->getStoreId();
        //other variables which you want to pass in the template
        $emailTempVariables['store'] = $this->_storeManager->getStore($customerStoreId);
	public function sendMail($variables){
		//code to send mail


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$customerId is a customer ID.

$customerModel is a customer model, that holds the data of the customer which has id $customerId.

$customerStoreId is the store ID of a customer.

$emailtempvariables is an array that holds the values that you want to pass in your email template file.

sendmail is a function in which you write the code to send an email.

You can check our blog “create custom mail template in magento2
Now, create your template file with the code:

<!--@subject Customer Account Login url mail  @-->

{{template config_path="design/email/header_template"}}

    <tr class="email-intro">
            <p class="greeting">{{trans "Customer"}}</p>
    <tr class="email-information">
            <table class="query-details">
                    <td class="product-details">
                                'Please <a href="%reset_url">Click here</a> to login.'


{{template config_path="design/email/footer_template"}}


rest_url is a variable in which we get the URL according to the store, and it returns the customer login URL according to the store.

I hope this blog will help you with getting the Controller URL in the Email Template file in Magento 2. You may also check our wide range of best Magento 2 Extensions.

Please reach out to our team via a support ticket if you have any queries.

Try this and if you have any queries then just comment below 🙂

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