Yet Another GMAIL client, using AsyncIO
aioyagmail -- Yet Another GMAIL/SMTP client, using AsyncIO
The goal here is to make it as simple and painless as possible to send emails using asyncio.
In the end, your code will look something like this:
import asyncio from aioyagmail import AIOSMTP loop = asyncio.get_event_loop() async def send_single(): # walks you through oauth2 process if no file at this location async with AIOSMTP(oauth2_file="~/oauth2_gmail.json") as yag: await yag.send(to="firstname.lastname@example.org", subject="hi") async def send_multi(): async with AIOSMTP(oauth2_file="~/oauth2_gmail.json") as yag: # Runs asynchronously! await asyncio.gather(yag.send(subject="1"), yag.send(subject="2"), yag.send(subject="3")) loop.run_until_complete(send_single()) loop.run_until_complete(send_multi())
Username and password
It is possible like in
yagmail to use username and password, but this is not actively encouraged anymore.
See https://github.com/kootenpv/yagmail#username-and-password how to do it.
For more information
Have a look at
yagmail. Any issue NOT related to async should be posted there (or found out about).
Word of caution
Watch out that gmail does not block you for spamming. Using async you could potentially be sending emails too rapidly.
If you like
aioyagmail, feel free (no pun intended) to donate any amount you'd like :-)
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