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(Chilkat2-Python) SendRawEmail (HTML Email with PDF Attachment)
IMPORTANT: This example requires Chilkat v220.127.116.11 or greater. If this version is not yet available, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Chilkat will provide the new version upon request.
Demonstrates how to use the SES SendRawEmail action to send an email with an attachment. Note: The total size of an SES email cannot exceed 10MB.
See SES SendRawEmail for more information.
import sys import chilkat2 # This example requires the Chilkat API to have been previously unlocked. # See Global Unlock Sample for sample code. # Let's first prepare the email to be sent.. email = chilkat2.Email() email.Subject = "Test email with PDF attachment." email.SetHtmlBody("<html><body><p>This is a test <b>HTML email with a PDF attachment</b></p></body></html>") # The AddFileAttachment method returns the content-type selected based on the # file extension. This example has no need of using the return value.. contentType = email.AddFileAttachment("qa_data/pdf/fishing.pdf") if (email.LastMethodSuccess != True): print(email.LastErrorText) sys.exit() # Add the From header, and some recipients. # The From address should be an email address verified for use # as a sender for your Amazon SES account. # The From address will also be the Source parameter for the SES SendRawEmail request. email.From = "Chilkat Software <email@example.com>" # Add recipients... # Note: We DO NOT add BCC recipients to the email. A BCC address should not be # present in the MIME header of the email (otherwise it would not be "blind" because # other recipients would be able to see it). # These same addresses will be added as parameters to the SendRawEmail request. # (BCC addresses are added as parameters at that time.) email.AddTo("Mr. Simulator","firstname.lastname@example.org") email.AddCC("Chilkat Support","email@example.com") email.AddCC("Some Yahoo","firstname.lastname@example.org") # Get the MIME of the email to be sent. mimeStr = email.GetMime() # We'll need the MIME base64 encoded for the SES REST request.. crypt = chilkat2.Crypt2() mimeBase64 = crypt.EncodeString(mimeStr,"utf-8","base64") # OK.. our MIME email is prepared. Now use Chilkat REST to send it.. rest = chilkat2.Rest() # Connect to the Amazon AWS REST server. # such as https://email.us-west-2.amazonaws.com/ bTls = True port = 443 bAutoReconnect = True success = rest.Connect("email.us-west-2.amazonaws.com",port,bTls,bAutoReconnect) # Provide AWS credentials for the REST call. authAws = chilkat2.AuthAws() authAws.AccessKey = "AWS_ACCESS_KEY" authAws.SecretKey = "AWS_SECRET_KEY" # the region should match our URL above.. authAws.Region = "us-west-2" authAws.ServiceName = "ses" rest.SetAuthAws(authAws) rest.AddQueryParam("Action","SendRawEmail") rest.AddQueryParam("RawMessage.Data",mimeBase64) # Add up to 100 TO, CC, and BCC recipients. # If your SES account is still in the sandbox, you also must verify every recipient email address except for the recipients # provided by the Amazon SES mailbox simulator. (See http://docs.aws.amazon.com/ses/latest/DeveloperGuide/mailbox-simulator.html) rest.AddQueryParam("Destination.ToAddresses.member.1","email@example.com") # Please do not test by sending email to Chilkat (Thank You!) # Please do not test by sending email to Chilkat (Thank You!) # Please do not test by sending email to Chilkat (Thank You!) rest.AddQueryParam("Destination.CcAddresses.member.1","firstname.lastname@example.org") rest.AddQueryParam("Destination.CcAddresses.member.2","email@example.com") rest.AddQueryParam("Destination.BccAddresses.member.1","firstname.lastname@example.org") rest.AddQueryParam("Source","email@example.com") # Because there may be a large amount of data in the query params, use a POST # where the params are sent in the body of the HTTP Request. responseXml = rest.FullRequestFormUrlEncoded("POST","/") if (rest.LastMethodSuccess != True): print(rest.LastErrorText) sys.exit() # A successful response will have a status code equal to 200. if (rest.ResponseStatusCode != 200): print("response status code = " + str(rest.ResponseStatusCode)) print("response status text = " + rest.ResponseStatusText) print("response header: " + rest.ResponseHeader) print("response body: " + responseXml) sys.exit() # Examine the successful XML response. xml = chilkat2.Xml() xml.LoadXml(responseXml) print(xml.GetXml()) # To get the MessageId print("MessageId: " + xml.ChilkatPath("SendEmailResult|MessageId|*")) # A sample successful response: # <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?> # <SendEmailResponse xmlns="http://ses.amazonaws.com/doc/2010-12-01/"> # <SendEmailResult> # <MessageId>010101579081d2c1-043c693f-5a23-4c64-a8c1-66187d3725a0-000000</MessageId> # </SendEmailResult> # <ResponseMetadata> # <RequestId>e2b5b480-8a4e-11e6-85cd-21b1f1f6d432</RequestId> # </ResponseMetadata> # </SendEmailResponse>
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