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Send e-mails with python.

Project description

MailMe

Library created to abstract work with SMTP servers to send e-mails.

Install

To install the library use the command pip install mailme.

Comments

  • For a characteristic of the library, when informing when passing 'content' and 'html' as parameters of a message, both will be inserted in the body of the same, being first displayed the content and then the html, always in that order.

  • Attachments and recipients should always be informed in list form, even if we only have one string inside it.

  • The library is in constant development. If you believe something can improve, feel free to open an echo or do a poll request.

  • The library was developed over python 3.7 and can not guarantee its backward compatibility.

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