Sun, 16 Dec 2001 04:02:07 -0500
Quoting from the online manual in the module department, referring to
smtplib, I read:
sendmail(from_addr, to_addrs, msg[, mail_options, rcpt_options])
Send mail. The required arguments are an RFC 822 from-address
string, a list of RFC 822 to-address strings,
and a message string. The caller may pass a list of ESMTP options
(such as "8bitmime") to be used in "MAIL
FROM" commands as mail_options. ESMTP options (such as "DSN"
commands) that should be used with all "RCPT"
commands can be passed as rcpt_options. (If you need to use
different ESMTP options to different recipients
you have to use the low-level methods such as mail, rcpt and data
to send the message.)
Well, can I also pass along SUBJECT as a variable, or must I prepend
that to the msg string?
Any smtplib kahunas out there?
-Kirk D Bailey (C)2001
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