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Make sending html emails easy.

Project description

TODO: make the docs nicer

Deadsimple html email sending.

add emailit for the bundled templates and absolute for easy full absolute urls to INSTALLED_APPS.

usage:

import emailit.api
context = {
    'my_obj': 'whatever',
}
emailit.api.send_mail(['email@domain.com'], context, 'mymails/example_email')

now add these templates:

mymails/example_email.body.html
mymails/example_email.body.txt
mymails/example_email.subject.txt

the convention is, that the body templates should extend emailit/base_email.body.html / emailit/base_email.body.txt and overrid the content block. This makes it easy to provide a site-wide look to all emails using this system by overriding emailit/base_email.body.*.

If the body.html template is not found, a simple text email is sent. If the body.txt template is missing, it will be a pure html email.

HTML emails are passed through premailer.

language can be passed into the send_mail function to override the active language while rendering the mail.

The body templates will contain the rendered subject variable in their context. subject can also be passed directly into send_mail.

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