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A simple tool for sending mail by Python

Project description

A simple tool for sending mail by Python

Install

sudo pip install PyMailMan

Usage

  • To send the text
from PyMailMan import PyMailMan

mail = PyMailMan(host='smtp.qq.com', user='12345678', password='12345678')
mail.send(
    ['3456767@qq.com','testman@gmail.com'],
    'This is title',
    'This is the content'
)
print 'OK' if mail.status else mail.errMsg
  • To send the HTML
from PyMailMan import PyMailMan

mail = PyMailMan(host='smtp.qq.com', user='12345678', password='12345678')
mail.send(
    ['3456767@qq.com','testman@gmail.com'],
    'This is title',
    "<p style='color:red'>This is the content</p>"
)
print 'OK' if mail.status else mail.errMsg
  • To send the email with file
from PyMailMan import PyMailMan

mail = PyMailMan(host='smtp.qq.com', user='12345678', password='12345678')
#Recommand to write the absolute path of the file
mail.send(
    ['3456767@qq.com','testman@gmail.com'],
    'This is title',
    'This is the content',
    '/home/kongkongyzt/a.txt',
    '/home/kongkongyzt/b.txt'
)
print 'OK' if mail.status else mail.errMsg
  • To show the image in the mail content
mail = PyMailMan(host='smtp-mail.outlook.com', user='xxxxx@outlook.com', password='xxxx')
mail.send(
    ['783087000@qq.com'],
    'This is title',
    "Hello,The following image is the photo of last vacation in China, do you <span style='color:red'>like</span> it ? <img src='cid:1'>",
    "/home/kongkongyzt/a.jpg",
    "/home/kongkongyzt/b.docx",
    "/home/kongkongyzt/c.jpg"
)
print 'OK' if mail.status else mail.errMsg

You need to attention that the 1 in cid:1 means the second pictrue in your attachment,in this example is /home/kongkongyzt/c.jpg You should also know that once you choose one of the image in the attachment to show in the mail content by using <img src='cid:xx'>, the image file will not present in the attachList of the mail

Common mail smtp configure sample

assume the email address is 1234567@xx.com and password is 12345678 Here are some of the smtp configure example:

  • QQ Mail
PyMailMan(host='smtp.qq.com', user='1234567', password='12345678')
  • Gmail
PyMailMan(host='smtp.gmail.com', user='1234567@gmail.com', password='12345678')
  • Outlook
PyMailMan(host='smtp-mail.outlook.com', user='1234567@outlook.com', password='12345678')

Tips

  • You can manual defined the ports and the prefix
PyMailMan(host='smtp.gmail.com', user='1234567@gmail.com', password='12345678', ports=25, prefix='gmail.com')

Feedback

If you have any problem or issue, please contact me by opening an issue on the github homepage Homepage: https://github.com/kongkongyzt/PyMailMan

changelog

  • 0.1

init commit

  • 0.2

add send by HTML and send with file bug fix

  • 0.9

bug fix

  • 1.0

add support for sending file with relative path set the attaching file name as its’ real file name

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