auto-emailer library for Python
A wrapper library around python’s SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) and email libraries for making emails easier. Python makes sending email relatively easy via the smtplib module, but this library makes it even easier with auto-configuration and email templates.
Let’s say you’re automating a task that takes a couple of hours to do, and you don’t want to go back to your computer every few minutes to check on the program’s status. Instead, you can use auto-emailer to send a friendly email programmatically when it’s done—freeing you to focus on more important things while you’re away from your computer.
What if you have a spreadsheet of email addresses and you need to send out an email to each one? Instead of manually writing hundreds, or even thousands, of emails, you just write a few lines of code to auto-mate the process and you’re done.
You can install using pip:
$ pip install auto-emailer
For more information on setting up auto-emailer, please refer to Docs
Supported Python Versions
Python >= 3.6
auto-emailer python library has usage and reference documentation at auto-emailer.readthedocs.io.
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MIT © Adam Stueckrath
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