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This is a simple package that provides a quick way to send emails through code.

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This is a simple package that provides a simple way to send emails through code.

By default, the content of the mail should be written in markdown



A simple pip install will do :

python -m pip install Dmail

If you want support for code highlighting with pygments:

python -m pip install Dmail[CodeHighlight]

How to use:

import os
from Dmail.esp import Gmail

# email info
recipient_email = ""
cc_email = ""
sender_email = os.environ.get('email')
password = os.environ.get('password')

# Send Markdown e-mails :
message = """
# Email Content
This is a **test**

![test image](tests/files/another_image.jpg)

| Collumn1 | Collumn2 | Collumn3 |
| :------: | :------- | -------- |
| Content1 | Content2 | Content3 |

this is some other text

[^1]: This is a footnote.
[^2]: This is another footnote.

with Gmail(sender_email, password) as gmail:
    gmail.send(message, recipient_email, subject="[Dmail] Markdown Demo", cc=cc_email,
           attachments=[r"path\to\image.jpg", r'path\to\pdf.pdf', r'path\to\text.txt'])
  • You can send an e-mail loaded from a file:
with Gmail(sender_email, password) as gmail:
    gmail.send_from_file(r"path\to\", recipient_email, 
                         subject="[Dmail] Markdown File")
  • You can also send text or html content by specifying the subtype :
from Dmail.esp import Hotmail

message = "Simple e-mail"

with Hotmail(sender_email, password) as hotmail:
    hotmail.add_attachments(r"path\to\image.jpg", "another_name.jpg")
    hotmail.send(message, recipient_email, "[Dmail] Text demo", subtype='text')
  • The usage of a custom CSS stylesheet is possible :

    with Hotmail(sender_email, password, styles=r'path\to\style.css') as mail:
        mail.send(message, recipient_email, subject="[Dmail] Markdown Style")

Custom SMTP Server

  • You can use a custom smtp server and port:
from Dmail import Email

with Email(mail_server, mail_port, sender_email, password) as email:
    email.send(message, recipient_email, "[Dmail] Text demo")


Gmail Api


To use the Gmail Api you need to install extra packages :

python -m pip install Dmail[GmailApi]
First use

You can also use the Gmail API through a token ! You'll need to download "credentials.json" ( Step 1 of this guide : )

Send Email
from Dmail.api import GmailApi

message = """
# Email Content
This is a **test**

with GmailApi(sender_email, 'token.pickle', 'credentials.json') as email:
    email.send(message, recipient_email, subject='[Dmail] Gmail Api - test')

Once you've given the rights, this will create the "token.pickle" that you can use later !

Create draft

Instead of sending the email, you can create it as a draft

from Dmail.api import GmailApi

with GmailApi(sender_email, 'token.pickle') as email:
    email.create_draft(message, recipient_email, '[Dmail] Gmail Api - draft')

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