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Check the existence of a mailbox via SMTP.

Project description

check_email_status

This package exists to help poll smtp servers to see if a mailbox address is valid. It doesn’t return true or false, but a set of status codes, extended status codes, and full messages from the responding server.

Usage

Here is an example using pyDNS as the MX resolver:

from check_email_status import check_email_status
from check_email_status.resolvers import PyDNSMXResolver

status = check_email_status(PyDNSMXResolver, 'recipient@domain.com', 'sender@domain.com')

# This is the SMTP status code returned by the server. (e.g.) 550
print status['status']

# This is the extended status code, for instance 5.1.1 would mean the account doesn't exist.
# If an extended code is not sent, this is not set.
print status['extended_status']

# This is the message returned from the mail server describing the results of the query.
print status['messsage']

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