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mail1 0.1.0

mail1 is an API to send emails in a single call

Latest Version: 3.0.1

Mail1 is an API to send email with a single function call. For instance, we could send an email running:

import mail1

           text='This is a test!',

That’s it!

send() method

The signature of the method to send an email is the following:

send(subject, text, text_html=None, sender=None,
     recipients=[None], cc=[], bcc=[], attachments={},
     smtp_host=SMTP_HOST, smtp_port=SMTP_PORT,

The parameters are the following:

  • subject: this is the subject of the email, as a string.
  • text: this is the text of the email as a string.
  • text_html: text as HTML.
  • sender: email address of the sender of the email.
  • recipients: the list of recipients, or the recipient as a string if there is a single one.
  • cc: the list of carbon copies.
  • bcc: the list of blind carbon copies.
  • attachments: a dictionnary that gives the file name for a given attachment name.
  • smtp_host: the hostname of the email server.
  • smtp_port: the port of the email server (defaults to 25).
  • encoding: the encoding of the message.

Command line

You can also invoke this script on command line to send emails. To get help about command line parameters, type python -h, which will display following help page: [-h] -f from -r recipient -s subject -a file -m smtphost -e encoding message
Send an email with following:
-h            Print this help page
-f from       The mail sender
-r recipient  The mail recipient(s)
-s subject    The mail subject
-a file       A file to attach
-m smtphost   The SMTP server host
-e encoding   The encoding to use
message       The message


  • 0.1.0 (2014-04-10): First public release.


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