Non-blocking smtp client to work with tornado web framework 4.0 and above
This library is a port of Python smtplib to tornado non-blocking IOstream implementation.
The below example was taken and modified from Python docs’ example:
#!/usr/bin/env python3 from tornado_smtpclient import client from email.mime.multipart import MIMEMultipart from email.mime.text import MIMEText # create SMTP client s = client.SMTPAsync() yield s.connect('your.email.host',587) yield s.starttls() yield s.login('username', 'password') # me == my email address # you == recipient's email address me = "firstname.lastname@example.org" you = "email@example.com" # Create message container - the correct MIME type is multipart/alternative. msg = MIMEMultipart('alternative') msg['Subject'] = "Link" msg['From'] = me msg['To'] = you # Create the body of the message (a plain-text and an HTML version). text = "Hi!\nHow are you?\nHere is the link you wanted:\nhttp://www.python.org" html = """\ <html> <head></head> <body> <p>Hi!<br> How are you?<br> Here is the <a href="http://www.python.org">link</a> you wanted. </p> </body> </html> """ # Record the MIME types of both parts - text/plain and text/html. part1 = MIMEText(text, 'plain') part2 = MIMEText(html, 'html') # Attach parts into message container. # According to RFC 2046, the last part of a multipart message, in this case # the HTML message, is best and preferred. msg.attach(part1) msg.attach(part2) # sendmail function takes 3 arguments: sender's address, recipient's address # and message to send - here it is sent as one string. yield s.sendmail(me, you, msg.as_string()) yield s.quit()
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