Commit 9af90c34 authored by Henrik Hüttemann's avatar Henrik Hüttemann

Correct README

Signed-off-by: Henrik Hüttemann's avatarHerHde <mail@herh.de>
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Now copy/rename the `config.py.sample` to `config.py`, open it in your preferred editor and make adjustments, at least you need to configure `MAIL_FROM`, `MAIL_TO`, `ICAL_URLS` and the `SMTP_*` variables.
## Usage
You need to enter the virtualenv every time you are in a new shell session. Inside the repository's directory run
You need to enter the `virtualenv` every time you are in a new shell session. Inside the repository's directory run
source venv/bin/activate
python ical2mail.py
If nothing appears, everything went well!
If no text appears, everything went well!
## Modification
To get a different formatted, you can use [Jinja2-templates](http://jinja.pocoo.org/docs/latest/templates/). Modyfy the default [template](templates/plain.jinja) or create a new one in the `templates/` folder and update the config.
To get a different formatted output, you can use [Jinja2-templates](http://jinja.pocoo.org/docs/latest/templates/). Modify the default [template](templates/plain.jinja) or create a new one in the `templates/` folder and update the config.
## Contributors
This script is inspired by [Cord Beermann](https://cord.de/cord-beermann)'s [Calendar2Mail](https://cord.de/selfmade) script, which is written in Pearl and served my purposes well for a long time. Thank you Cord!
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This script is written and maintained by Henrik "HerHde" Hüttemann.
## License
This work is licensed under the [GPLv3](LICENSE).
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This work is licensed under the [GNU GPLv3](LICENSE).
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#!/usr/bin/env python3
""" A Python3 script to fetch iCalendar/ical/ics-feeds from the web and send an email
with upcoming events."""
import urllib.request
from email.message import Message
import smtplib
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