STMP, mail, sender-from, to-bcc-addr
rschroev_nospam_ml at fastmail.fm
Tue Feb 10 16:39:56 CET 2009
> I wanna ask that have anyone some experience with email.msg and smtplib?
> The email message and smtp.send already have "sender/from" and
> "recip/addr to".
> Possible the smtp components does not uses the email tags if I not
> define them only in the message?
smtplib.SMTP.sendmail() does not look in the message to find the sender
or recipients; it only uses the parameters you pass.
> Can I do same thing as in GMAIL that the mail does not have TO, only BCC
> tags/recipients, and no one of the recipients who knows about the each
Include the BCC-recipients in the call to sendmail(), but don't put them
in the email message itself. Include TO-recipients in both. In other
words, what you put in the TO-header is what all recipients will see;
what you pass to sendmail() is what recipients the mail will be send to.
Simple example (not tested):
from_addr = 'foo at example.com'
to_addr = ['bar at example.com', 'xyzzy at example.com']
bcc_addr = ['spam at example.com', 'eggs at example.com']
msg = """From: %s
""" % (from_addr, ', '.join(to_addr))
smtp = smtplib.SMTP(...)
smtp.sendmail(from_addr, to_addr + bcc_addr, msg)
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