Top 6 Python Libraries for sending emails

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Email is an important part of the internet nowadays. It is a basic service of the world wide web. Most of us are send or receive at least one mail daily. we use different applications to send emails to each other.

but have you ever think of a program that you can create that will send emails to another user?


Sending Emails with Python:-

We can use a python programming language to send emails in different ways. We can send a text mail or attache file with the mail or we can send an HTML or markdown mail with python. In this article, I will introduce you to the python libraries that make it easy to send emails. 

Sending mails with Python


Python programming language is one of the popular programming languages due to its simplicity and wide use of the language. The other reason for the popularity of the python programming language is its community support. 

below is the list of 6 python libraries that make sending emails easy and simple. A few lines of code will do your task. Please feel free to give me your feedback in the comment section. 

  1. Modoboa

    Modoboa is a mail hosting and management platform including a modern and simplified Web User Interface. It provides useful components such as an administration panel or a webmail. Modoboa integrates with well known software such as Postfix or Dovecot. A SQL database (MySQL, PostgreSQL or SQLite) is used as a central point of communication between all components. Modoboa is developed with modularity in mind, expanding it is really easy. Actually, all current features are extensions.

    Click here to learn more about this python library.

  2. Salmon

    Salmon is a pure Python mail server designed to create robust and complex mail applications in the style of modern web frameworks. Salmon is designed to sit behind a traditional mail server in the same way a web application sits behind Apache or Nginx. It has all the features of a web application stack (templates, routing, handlers, state machine) and plays well with other libraries, such as Django and SQLAlchemy.

    Click here to learn more about this python library.

  3. imbox

    imbox is a Python library for reading IMAP mailboxes and converting email content to machine-readable data. This is one of my favorite libraries when it comes to reading mail from my inbox. Give it a shot you will love it.

    Click here to learn more about this python library.

  4. yagmail

    yagmail comes with the goal here is to make it as simple and painless as possible to send emails.When no password is given and the user is not found in the keyring, getpass.getpass() is used to prompt the user for a password. Upon entering this once, it can be stored in the keyring and never asked again.

    Click here to learn more about this python library.

  5. Flanker

    Flanker is an open-source parsing library written in Python by the Mailgun Team. Flanker currently consists of an address parsing library (flanker.addresslib) as well as a MIME parsing library (flanker.mime).

    Click here to learn more about this python library.

  6. Mailer

    Marrow Mailer is a Python library to ease sending emails from your application.Marrow Mailer is all about making email delivery easy. Attempting to utilize the built-in MIME message generation classes can be painful, and interfacing with an SMTP server, or, worse, the command-line sendmail command can make you lose your hair. Mailer handles all of these tasks for you and more.

    Click here to learn more about this python library.

Summary and Conclusion:-

These 6 Libraries will help you use Send emails and parse emails. If you have any questions please let me know in the comment section. If you are interested in other python tutorials please visit my youtube channel Code with Ali.

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