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abstraction layer on top of the email package to make sending emails a little bit easier

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easymail
========

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The email package in pythons standard library is pretty low level.
Easymail aims to add an abstraction layer on top that sets some (hopefully) sane
defaults.

These defaults include:

* using utf-8 encoding by default.
* important headers (like Date)


A simple example:

from easymail import Email
from smtplib import SMTP
e = Email('My Name <mymail@somedomain.com>', 'recipient@otherdomain.org')
e.subject = 'hello world'
e.body = 'with some non-äscii charöcters'

smtp = SMTP('mymailserver.com')
smtp.sendmail(*e.args)

Slightly more advanced:

from easymail import Email, Attachment
from smtplib import SMTP
e = Email('My Name <mymail@somedomain.com>', 'recipient@otherdomain.org')
e.subject = 'hello world'
e.body = 'with some non-äscii charöcters'

e.attachments.append(Attachment('./path/to/picture.png'))
e.attachments.append(Attachment('./path/to/document.pdf'))

smtp = SMTP('mymailserver.com')
smtp.sendmail(*e.args)


Dependencies
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Pure Python 3.5+

License
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Easymail is licensed under the MIT license.


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