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A simple Django app to store email template in database.

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The application allows you to store email templates in the database. The application also allows you to edit templates in the database data using ``ckeditor``. More details about the settings available ``ckeditor <>`_.

Install the application using pip.

> pip install django-mail-dbtpl

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Apply migration

python ./ migrate django_mail_dbtpl

After installation, you must create a letter template in the database via the administration panel by url ````, it is necessary for the template specify `` slug ``. `` slug `` will be used for both identifier template. The templates can be determined context variables `` {{var}} ``. For example, you create a template with `` slug = 'welcome.tpl' ``, `` subject = 'Welcome, {{username}}' ``, `` body = 'Welcome to the {{site}}.'. The following is the code that shows how to use the template stored in the database

from django_mail_dbtpl.utils import EmailWrapper
context = {
'username': 'Example User',
'site': ''
msg = EmailWrapper('welcome.tpl', context)
msg.from_email = '' = ['']

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