Category : gmail

I am trying to send an email using python. This is my Code: import smtplib user = ‘test’ pwd = ‘test123’ mail_text = ‘Hallo,nndas ist ein Test!nn:)’ subject = ‘Python-Mail :)’ MAIL_FROM = ‘[email protected]’ RCPT_TO = ‘[email protected]’ DATA = ‘From:%snTo:%snSubject:%snn%s’ % (MAIL_FROM, RCPT_TO, subject, mail_text) server = smtplib.SMTP(‘http://smtp.gmail.com/‚Äč:587’) server.starttls() server.login(user, pwd) server.sendmail(MAIL_FROM, RCPT_TO, DATA) server.quit() ..

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I have created a website using flask in which it will ask user’s email id and weight and after pressing the submit button user will receive mail containing his/her individual weight as well as average of all entries. However, Gmail has blocked sending mails from my id(sender’s id) stating it to be suspicious even after ..

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i will like to automate email replies, so obviously it has to be a thread. below is my current code import imaplib import smtplib import email from email.mime.text import MIMEText ORG_MAIL = "@gmail.com" MY_EMAIL = ‘test’ FROM_MAIL = MY_EMAIL + ORG_MAIL PWD = ‘aaaa’ SMTP_SERVER = "imap.gmail.com" SMTP_PORT = 993 mail = imaplib.IMAP4_SSL(SMTP_SERVER) mail.login(FROM_MAIL,PWD) type, ..

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Based on answer to question "How do I reply to an email using the Python imaplib and include the original message?" I did try to create function to answer with multi "Cc" sending. def send_answer(original, file_to_attach, body_text="Macros reply", cc_addrs: list = []): # https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2182196/how-do-i-reply-to-an-email-using-the-python-imaplib-and-include-the-original-mes import smtplib import ssl # Then create a reply message: from ..

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I’m trying to send an email from django using gmail smtp I’ve set insecure source ON in my account’s setting also this is my settings.py file can anybody help me ? EMAIL_BACKEND = ‘django.core.mail.backends.smtp.EmailBackend’ EMAIL_HOST = ‘smtp.gmail.com ‘ EMAIL_USE_TLS = True EMAIL_PORT = 587 EMAIL_HOST_USER =’ my email’ EMAIL_HOST_PASSWORD = ‘my password’ and I’m getting ..

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