I don't see which one is fits best:
it is awesome because you can do it without needing to send e-mails
it is awesome because you can do it without the need of sending e-mails
Also, are both correct or just one (or none...)?
The first one is correct. The second one can be corrected as:
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Here are two samples where "without the need of", not "to", is used: