Python and sending emails with it
joecot1 at bellatlantic.net
Sun Nov 14 04:54:49 CET 1999
Well it depends. You can generally use the SMTPLIB module for sending mail.
It works pretty well. I have however found it to have problems sending mail to
a Worldmail (Eudora) server.
The library is smtplib.py and it has a usage sample at the bottom of the module.
Jeremy Misavage <tekhir at yahoo.com> wrote: > I'm kinda new to
python and I'm trying to write a small program that will take > in form data,
save it in a db, and then send an email to a person. > > The program processes
a users request for a "equipment request." It gets > loggged in a db (already
done) and sends an email to the person in change of the > equipment. I need
help on the email part. Does some out there have some code > that will taken
data and send it to a person. It shouldn't need a username and > password, but
if it does I'll live with that.
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