with open("erty.txt", "w") as f: f.write("try.try.try")
server = pymmails.create_smtp_server("gmail", "firstname.lastname@example.org", "pwd")
In fonction create_smtp_server, the string
gmail is replaced by
smtp.gmail.com:567 (tls version). By default, the server cannot be accessed unless IMAP is enabled (see Problems sending mail with POP or IMAP). You can usually find this string by searching on internet for
your provider smtp server, you find pages such as configuration des serveurs sortants et entrants des principaux comptes mails. However, by doing this, you need to send your password. You should remove your password wherever it appears as soon as you don't need it anymore. If you forget, I advise you to change it.
pymmails.send_email(server, "email@example.com", "firstname.lastname@example.org", "results", "body", attachements = [ "erty.txt" ])
(221, b'2.0.0 closing connection e18sm17176289wjz.27 - gsmtp')