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import os
import sys
import tempfile
import mimetypes
import webbrowser
# Import the email modules we'll need
from email import policy
from email.parser import BytesParser
def magic_html_parser(html_text, partfiles):
"""Return safety-sanitized html linked to partfiles.
Rewrite the href="cid:...." attributes to point to the filenames in partfiles.
Though not trivial, this should be possible using html.parser.
raise NotImplementedError("Add the magic needed")
# In a real program you'd get the filename from the arguments.
with open('outgoing.msg', 'rb') as fp:
msg = BytesParser(policy=policy.default).parse(fp)
# Now the header items can be accessed as a dictionary, and any non-ASCII will
# be converted to unicode:
print('To:', msg['to'])
print('From:', msg['from'])
print('Subject:', msg['subject'])
# If we want to print a preview of the message content, we can extract whatever
# the least formatted payload is and print the first three lines. Of course,
# if the message has no plain text part printing the first three lines of html
# is probably useless, but this is just a conceptual example.
simplest = msg.get_body(preferencelist=('plain', 'html'))
ans = input("View full message?")
if ans.lower()[0] == 'n':
# We can extract the richest alternative in order to display it:
richest = msg.get_body()
partfiles = {}
if richest['content-type'].maintype == 'text':
if richest['content-type'].subtype == 'plain':
for line in richest.get_content().splitlines():
elif richest['content-type'].subtype == 'html':
body = richest
print("Don't know how to display {}".format(richest.get_content_type()))
elif richest['content-type'].content_type == 'multipart/related':
body = richest.get_body(preferencelist=('html'))
for part in richest.iter_attachments():
fn = part.get_filename()
if fn:
extension = os.path.splitext(part.get_filename())[1]
extension = mimetypes.guess_extension(part.get_content_type())
with tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(suffix=extension, delete=False) as f:
# again strip the <> to go from email form of cid to html form.
partfiles[part['content-id'][1:-1]] =
print("Don't know how to display {}".format(richest.get_content_type()))
with tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(mode='w', delete=False) as f:
f.write(magic_html_parser(body.get_content(), partfiles))
for fn in partfiles.values():
# Of course, there are lots of email messages that could break this simple
# minded program, but it will handle the most common ones.