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A Django email backend for SMTP servers with NTLM authentication

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# django-smtp-ntlm-backend Django email backend supporting SMTP with NTLM authentication, e.g. for MS Outlook Exchange over SMTP

Mostly copied from - - [piotrbulinski/django-ses-backend]( - [django-ses](

License same as [python-ntlm3](

# Installing

pip install django-smtp-ntlm-backend

and until is closed

pip install git+

and add the settings variables for SMTP as usual, with the username being domain\user

# Testing `bash pew new DJANGO_SMTP_NTLM pip3 install -q Django==1.11 pip3 install -r requirements.txt python3 `

# Usage

In the, use

EMAIL_BACKEND = ‘django_smtp_ntlm_backend.NTLMEmail’ EMAIL_HOST = “” EMAIL_PORT = port # e.g. 587 EMAIL_HOST_USER = “domain\username” EMAIL_HOST_PASSWORD = “password” EMAIL_USE_TLS = False EMAIL_USE_SSL = False DEFAULT_FROM_EMAIL=”Someone <>”

# Publishing to pypi Run `bash pew in DJANGO_SMTP_NTLM make release `

If your username/password for pypi are not in a .pypirc file ([ref](, you will be prompted to type in your credentials.

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