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Mandrill Library

The Mandrill Library works the same as the Email Library except it allows you to use your own Mandrill account so you're not subject to the 20 emails/hour limitation we enforce on the Email library. The only difference is in the send API described below, where you will specify your API key.

Import


To use this library and its functions, you must use the import line at the beginning of your Base Python code.

import Mandrill


Functions


Mandrill.Email

Usage: Mandrill.Email(sender=None, display_name='', recipients=None, subject='', message='', attachments=None)

The Email class represents an email object.

  • Credit cost: 0
  • Parameters:
    • sender: str email address of the sender (FROM attribute)
    • display_name: str name of the sender to be displayed by the mail client
    • recipients: str or [str] the recipient's email address. Also supports multiple email addresses separated by a semi-colon ';' or an array of strings.
    • subject: str the email subject line
    • message (optional): str message (will default to text email if set.
    • attachments (optional): Mandrill.EmailAttachment object
  • Returns:
    • Mandrill.Email



Mandrill.EmailAttachment

Usage: Mandrill.EmailAttachment(data, content_type, name)

The EmailAttachment class represents an email attachment object.

  • Credit cost: 0
  • Parameters:
    • data: str base64 encoded string of the data to attach
    • content_type: str MIME Content-Type of the data being attached (for example 'image/jpeg;')
    • name: str a name to associate to the attachment
  • Returns:
    • Mandrill.EmailAttachment



Functions


Mandrill.Email.text_message

Usage: Mandrill.Email.text_message(message)

Set the email message content to send as text. This overrides any message set during Email object creation.

  • Credit cost: 0
  • Parameters:
    • message: str the message string.
      import Mandrill
      email = Mandrill.Email('me@mail.com','my name','you@mail.com','message subject')
      email.text_message('from me to you... in text')
      email.send(YOUR_MANDRILL_USERNAME,YOUR_MANDRILL_API_KEY)
  • Returns: None



Mandrill.Email.html_message

Usage: Mandrill.Email.html_message(message)

Set the email message content to send as html. This overrides any message set during Email object creation.

  • Credit cost: 0
  • Parameters:
    • message: str the HTML formatted message string.
      import Mandrill
      email = Mandrill.Email('me@mail.com','my name','you@mail.com','message subject')
      email.html_message('<!DOCTYPE html><html><title>Title</title><head></head><body><h2>From me to you,</h2><p> in HTML</p></body></html>')
      email.send(YOUR_MANDRILL_USERNAME,YOUR_MANDRILL_API_KEY)
  • Returns: None



Mandrill.Email.sender

Usage: Mandrill.Email.sender(sender)

Set the email of the sender. This overrides any sender's email set during Email object creation.

  • Credit cost: 0
  • Parameters:
    • sender: str the sender's email address.
      import Mandrill
      email = Mandrill.Email('me@mail.com','my name','you@mail.com','message subject')
      email.sender('me2@mail.com')
      email.html_message('<!DOCTYPE html><html><title>Title</title><head></head><body><h2>From me to you,</h2><p> in HTML</p></body></html>')
      email.send(YOUR_MANDRILL_USERNAME,YOUR_MANDRILL_API_KEY)
  • Returns: None
Mandrill.Email.display_name

Usage: Mandrill.Email.display_name(display_name)

Set the email of the sender. This overrides any sender's email set during Email object creation.

  • Credit cost: 0
  • Parameters:
    • display_name: str the sender's display name.
      import Mandrill
      email = Mandrill.Email('me@mail.com','my name','you@mail.com','message subject')
      email.display_name('my name too')
      email.html_message('<!DOCTYPE html><html><title>Title</title><head></head><body><h2>From me to you,</h2><p> in HTML</p></body></html>')
      email.send(YOUR_MANDRILL_USERNAME,YOUR_MANDRILL_API_KEY)
  • Returns: None



Mandrill.Email.add_recipient

Usage: Mandrill.Email.add_recipient(recipient)

Add a recipient's email to the list of recipients. This adds to the recipient's email list set during Email object creation.

  • Credit cost: 0
  • Parameters:
    • recipient: str a recipient's email address.
      import Mandrill
      email = Mandrill.Email('me@mail.com','my name','you@mail.com','message subject')
      email.add_recipient('you2@mail.com')
      email.html_message('<!DOCTYPE html><html><title>Title</title><head></head><body><h2>From me to you,</h2><p> in HTML</p></body></html>')
      email.send(YOUR_MANDRILL_USERNAME,YOUR_MANDRILL_API_KEY)
  • Returns: None



Mandrill.Email.add_attachment

Usage: Mandrill.Email.add_attachment(attachment)

Add an attachment to the email. This adds to the attachment list.

  • Credit cost: 0
  • Parameters:
    • attachment: EmailAttachment object.
      import Mandrill
      email = Mandrill.Email('me@mail.com','my name','you@mail.com','message subject')
      attachment = Mandrill.EmailAttachment('iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAAUAAAAFCAYAAACNbyblAAAAHElEQVQI12P4//8/w38GIAXDIBKE0DHxgljNBAAO9TXL0Y4OHwAAAABJRU5ErkJggg==', 'image/png;', 'image of a red dot')
      email.html_message('<!DOCTYPE html><html><title>Title</title><head></head><body><h2>From me to you,</h2><p> in HTML</p></body></html>')
      email.add_attachment(attachment)
      email.send(YOUR_MANDRILL_USERNAME,YOUR_MANDRILL_API_KEY)
  • Returns: None


Mandrill.Email.send

Usage: Mandrill.Email.send(username, apikey)

Send the email message.

  • Credit cost: 1
  • Parameters:
    • username: str Mandrill username.
    • apikey: str Mandrill API key.
  • Returns: None


Sample Code


import Mandrill

email = Mandrill.Email(‘me@mail.com’,’my_name’,’you@mail.com’,’message subject’)
email.text_message('from me to you... in text')
email.send(YOUR_MANDRILL_USERNAME,YOUR_MANDRILL_API_KEY)

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Mandrill Library

The Mandrill Library works the same as the Email Library except it allows you to use your own Mandrill account so you're not subject to the 20 emails/hour limitation we enforce on the Email library. The only difference is in the send API described below, where you will specify your API key.

Import


To use this library and its functions, you must use the import line at the beginning of your Base Python code.

import Mandrill


Functions


Mandrill.Email

Usage: Mandrill.Email(sender=None, display_name='', recipients=None, subject='', message='', attachments=None)

The Email class represents an email object.

  • Credit cost: 0
  • Parameters:
    • sender: str email address of the sender (FROM attribute)
    • display_name: str name of the sender to be displayed by the mail client
    • recipients: str or [str] the recipient's email address. Also supports multiple email addresses separated by a semi-colon ';' or an array of strings.
    • subject: str the email subject line
    • message (optional): str message (will default to text email if set.
    • attachments (optional): Mandrill.EmailAttachment object
  • Returns:
    • Mandrill.Email



Mandrill.EmailAttachment

Usage: Mandrill.EmailAttachment(data, content_type, name)

The EmailAttachment class represents an email attachment object.

  • Credit cost: 0
  • Parameters:
    • data: str base64 encoded string of the data to attach
    • content_type: str MIME Content-Type of the data being attached (for example 'image/jpeg;')
    • name: str a name to associate to the attachment
  • Returns:
    • Mandrill.EmailAttachment



Functions


Mandrill.Email.text_message

Usage: Mandrill.Email.text_message(message)

Set the email message content to send as text. This overrides any message set during Email object creation.

  • Credit cost: 0
  • Parameters:
    • message: str the message string.
      import Mandrill
      email = Mandrill.Email('me@mail.com','my name','you@mail.com','message subject')
      email.text_message('from me to you... in text')
      email.send(YOUR_MANDRILL_USERNAME,YOUR_MANDRILL_API_KEY)
  • Returns: None



Mandrill.Email.html_message

Usage: Mandrill.Email.html_message(message)

Set the email message content to send as html. This overrides any message set during Email object creation.

  • Credit cost: 0
  • Parameters:
    • message: str the HTML formatted message string.
      import Mandrill
      email = Mandrill.Email('me@mail.com','my name','you@mail.com','message subject')
      email.html_message('<!DOCTYPE html><html><title>Title</title><head></head><body><h2>From me to you,</h2><p> in HTML</p></body></html>')
      email.send(YOUR_MANDRILL_USERNAME,YOUR_MANDRILL_API_KEY)
  • Returns: None



Mandrill.Email.sender

Usage: Mandrill.Email.sender(sender)

Set the email of the sender. This overrides any sender's email set during Email object creation.

  • Credit cost: 0
  • Parameters:
    • sender: str the sender's email address.
      import Mandrill
      email = Mandrill.Email('me@mail.com','my name','you@mail.com','message subject')
      email.sender('me2@mail.com')
      email.html_message('<!DOCTYPE html><html><title>Title</title><head></head><body><h2>From me to you,</h2><p> in HTML</p></body></html>')
      email.send(YOUR_MANDRILL_USERNAME,YOUR_MANDRILL_API_KEY)
  • Returns: None
Mandrill.Email.display_name

Usage: Mandrill.Email.display_name(display_name)

Set the email of the sender. This overrides any sender's email set during Email object creation.

  • Credit cost: 0
  • Parameters:
    • display_name: str the sender's display name.
      import Mandrill
      email = Mandrill.Email('me@mail.com','my name','you@mail.com','message subject')
      email.display_name('my name too')
      email.html_message('<!DOCTYPE html><html><title>Title</title><head></head><body><h2>From me to you,</h2><p> in HTML</p></body></html>')
      email.send(YOUR_MANDRILL_USERNAME,YOUR_MANDRILL_API_KEY)
  • Returns: None



Mandrill.Email.add_recipient

Usage: Mandrill.Email.add_recipient(recipient)

Add a recipient's email to the list of recipients. This adds to the recipient's email list set during Email object creation.

  • Credit cost: 0
  • Parameters:
    • recipient: str a recipient's email address.
      import Mandrill
      email = Mandrill.Email('me@mail.com','my name','you@mail.com','message subject')
      email.add_recipient('you2@mail.com')
      email.html_message('<!DOCTYPE html><html><title>Title</title><head></head><body><h2>From me to you,</h2><p> in HTML</p></body></html>')
      email.send(YOUR_MANDRILL_USERNAME,YOUR_MANDRILL_API_KEY)
  • Returns: None



Mandrill.Email.add_attachment

Usage: Mandrill.Email.add_attachment(attachment)

Add an attachment to the email. This adds to the attachment list.

  • Credit cost: 0
  • Parameters:
    • attachment: EmailAttachment object.
      import Mandrill
      email = Mandrill.Email('me@mail.com','my name','you@mail.com','message subject')
      attachment = Mandrill.EmailAttachment('iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAAUAAAAFCAYAAACNbyblAAAAHElEQVQI12P4//8/w38GIAXDIBKE0DHxgljNBAAO9TXL0Y4OHwAAAABJRU5ErkJggg==', 'image/png;', 'image of a red dot')
      email.html_message('<!DOCTYPE html><html><title>Title</title><head></head><body><h2>From me to you,</h2><p> in HTML</p></body></html>')
      email.add_attachment(attachment)
      email.send(YOUR_MANDRILL_USERNAME,YOUR_MANDRILL_API_KEY)
  • Returns: None


Mandrill.Email.send

Usage: Mandrill.Email.send(username, apikey)

Send the email message.

  • Credit cost: 1
  • Parameters:
    • username: str Mandrill username.
    • apikey: str Mandrill API key.
  • Returns: None


Sample Code


import Mandrill

email = Mandrill.Email(‘me@mail.com’,’my_name’,’you@mail.com’,’message subject’)
email.text_message('from me to you... in text')
email.send(YOUR_MANDRILL_USERNAME,YOUR_MANDRILL_API_KEY)