[Tutor] Error Using A List And SMTP
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Wed May 16 13:37:49 CEST 2012
On 16 May 2012 17:04, Sarma Tangirala <tvssarma.omega9 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Walter,
>> All the headers in the MimeText object needs to be strings. You can't
>> directly pass a list object containing multiple recipients to the "To"
>> header of your MimeText object on line 31 in your code, and expect it to
>> work. You've got to instead first convert the list to valid string and
>> assign that instead, as that's what the MimeText object expects. You can
>> infer this from your error messages since lstrip() is a string method, and
>> the code is (rightly) complaining that a list doesn't have an lstrip()
>> method, which is understandable becuase you're getting the error when you
>> pass a list as parameter.
> Thank you for clearing that. Stupid mistake here. I forgot to change the
> variable names.
> But I do have another question. Maybe this is a misunderstanding about the
> MimeText type, but why does MimeText care about the To field when the
> actually sending is being done by SMTP?
OK. That was a stupid question. Sorry for the noise. Please ignore.
> Sarma Tangirala,
> Class of 2012,
> Department of Information Science and Technology,
> College of Engineering Guindy - Anna University
Class of 2012,
Department of Information Science and Technology,
College of Engineering Guindy - Anna University
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