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ETL for Parature emails routed to Gmail account

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# Parature Gmail Feed
## Description
The Parature Gmail Feed:
* Retrieves emails cc'd to a Gmail account originating from Parature
* Extracts Parature specific content from each email
* Creates a record from the extracted content
* Loads the record to a MongoDB database

## Installation
Install with pip
pip install paraturegmailfeed

**Project requires MongoDB**

[See MongoDB documentation for installation instructions](

## Getting Started
### Setting up your config file

Create a new .py file. For example ``
# Gmail API Variables
CLIENT_SECRET_FILE = 'Exported from your Google application account'
SCOPES = 'Scopes for your Google application'
APPLICATION_NAME = 'Name of your application'


TARGET_LABEL_QUERY = 'The label name '

# MongoDB Variables

### Example of usage:
from paraturegmailfeed import ParatureGmailFeed

def main():
feed = ParatureGmailFeed('')

### Running for the first time
Be sure to have `mongod` running.

You will be prompted to authorize the application to access your Gmail account.
After accepting, the application will run automatically.

[See official documentation for assistance](

## Design Decisions
### Why MongoDB?
* Flexible schema. As requirement grow/change the data schema can to!
* Native functionality. Simple upserts (unlike most SQL databses).

### How are duplicate records prevented?
* Gmail API message query is restricted to all messages that do NOT have the "Processed" label.
* The pymongo `update_one` method is used with the `upsert` option. This means that if a record already exists based on the composite key (ticket number and timestamp) the action will simply update the record (essentially do nothing).

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