Newbie question: SMTP -> SQL Server
jrpfinch at gmail.com
Thu Jan 11 16:32:53 CET 2007
I have an externally-written piece of software that spits out emails
using SMTP (a few hundred per hour) and I would like to dump the
content of them in an MS SQL Server database.
I have barely used Python before but it looks as if it could do the
job. I have no experience with mail agents. My starting point is this
I know that there are various libraries that can connect to MS SQL
server and I am going to research these.
I have two questions:
i) Does this sound like an efficient way of transferring data to the
ii) Looking through the Python documentation, I cannot see a way to
set the password on the SMTP server. I would like to have a password -
does anyone know how to use the recipe above to set one?
Any other useful nudges in the right direction appreciated.
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