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A simple API wrapper for sending emails with Gmail

Project description

A simple API wrapper for sending emails with Gmail

Getting Started

Install via pip (recommended)

pip install gmailpy

Install from source

pip install git+https://github.com/iDutchy/gmailpy

Getting Started

First you need to create your client:

import gmailpy

client = gmailpy.Client("john.doe@gmail.com", "P@$$w0rd")

Usage

await client.send(receiver, content, subject=None, bcc=None, attachment_bytes=None, attachment_name=None)

  • Parameters:
    • reveiver (string): The receivers email address
    • content (string): The content of the email
    • subject (string): The email subject. Defaults to “No subject”
    • bcc (list): A list of other email addresses you want to send the mail to as BCC. Defaults to None
    • attachment_bytes (byte array): Attach anything to the email. This has to be a byte array! When providing this, the attachment_bytes argument becomes required! Defaults to None
    • attachment_name (string): The full name of the attachment. This has to contain the file extension too! e.g “dog.png”. This is required when providing attachment_bytes. Defaults to None

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