django-sendgrid is the easiest way to send e-mail with SendGrid. It uses the SendGrid SMTP API, as recommended.
Although it’s rather simple to use, a example project is included to demonstrate usage.
To install with PyPi:
pip install django-sendgrid
Add sendgrid to your INSTALLED_APPS:
INSTALLED_APPS = ( # Existing apps "sendgrid", )
Add the following to your settings:
SENDGRID_EMAIL_HOST = "smtp.sendgrid.net" SENDGRID_EMAIL_PORT = 587 SENDGRID_EMAIL_USERNAME = "your_sendgrid_username" SENDGRID_EMAIL_PASSWORD = "your_sendgrid_password"
The API is similar to that of Django’s; create a SendGridEmailMessage and send it:
>>> from sendgrid.message import SendGridEmailMessage >>> email = SendGridEmailMessage('Subject', 'Body', 'firstname.lastname@example.org', ['email@example.com']) >>> email.send()