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Email confirmation app for django

Project description

Django email validator


  • Python >= 3.8
  • Django 3.0.7

General concept

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You can install by:

pip3 install django-email-verification

and import by:

    'django_email_verification', # you have to add this

Settings parameters

You have to add these parameters to the settings, you have to include all of them except the last one:

EMAIL_ACTIVE_FIELD = 'is_active'
EMAIL_PASSWORD = 'mYC00lP4ssw0rd' # os.environ['password_key'] suggested
EMAIL_MAIL_SUBJECT = 'Confirm your email'
EMAIL_MAIL_HTML = 'mail_body.html'
EMAIL_MAIL_PLAIN = 'mail_body.txt'
EMAIL_PAGE_TEMPLATE = 'confirm_template.html'

In detail:

  • EMAIL_ACTIVE_FIELD: the user model field which will be set to True once the email is confirmed
  • EMAIL_SERVER: your mail provider's server (e.g. '' for gmail)
  • EMAIL_PORT: your mail provider's server port (e.g. 587 for gmail)
  • EMAIL_ADDRESS: your email address
  • EMAIL_FROM_ADDRESS: this can be the same as email_address or an alias address if required.
  • EMAIL_PASSWORD: your email address' password
    • SUBJECT: the mail default subject (needed)
    • HTML: the mail body in form of html (not needed)
    • PLAIN: the mail body in form of .txt file (needed if HTML is not defined)
  • EMAIL_PAGE_TEMPLATE: the template of the success/error view
  • EMAIL_PAGE_DOMAIN: the domain of the confirmation link (usually your site's domain)

Templates examples

The EMAIL_MAIL_HTML should look like this ({{ link }} is passed during the rendering):

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
    <meta charset="UTF-8">
        h1{ color: blue; }
        <h1>You are almost there!</h1><br>
        <h2>Please click <a href="{{ link }}">here</a> to confirm your account</h2>

The EMAIL_MAIL_PLAIN should look like this ({{ link }} is passed during the rendering):

You are almost there!
Please click the following link to confirm your account
{{ link }}

The EMAIL_PAGE_TEMPLATE should look like this ({{ success }} is boolean and passed during the rendering):

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
    <meta charset="UTF-8">
        body{ color: blue; }
    {% if success %}
        You have confirmed your account!
    {% else %}
        Error, invalid token!
    {% endif %}

Email sending

After you have created the user you can send the confirm email

from django.shortcuts import render
from django.contrib.auth import get_user_model
from django_email_verification import sendConfirm

def myCreateView(request):
    user = get_user_model().objects.create(username=username, password=password, email=email)
    return render(...)

sendConfirm(user) sets user's EMAIL_ACTIVE_FIELD to False and sends an email with the defined template (and the pseudo-random generated token) to the user.

Token verification

You have to include the urls in

from django.contrib import admin
from django.urls import path, include
from django_email_verification import urls as mail_urls

urlpatterns = [
    path('email/', include(mail_urls)),

When a request arrives to https.//<base64 email>/<token> the package verifies the token and:

  • if it corresponds to a pending token it renders the EMAIL_PAGE_TEMPLATE passing success=True and deletes the token
  • if it doesn't correspond it renders the EMAIL_PAGE_TEMPLATE passing success=False

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