Dummy

Introduction

The Dummy Extension provides several placeholder type handlers to either mock operations or provide local-only usage during development. A perfect example is the DummyMailHandler that can be use during development or staging to prevent real email messages from being sent externally.

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Requirements

  • No external dependencies

Configuration

DummyMailHandler

This extension supports the following configuration settings under a [mail.dummy] configuration section:

Setting

Description

to

Default recipient address (list, or comma separated depending on the config handler in use).

from_addr

Default sender address

cc

Default carbon-copy addresses (list, or comma separated depending on the config handler in use)

bcc

Default blind-carbon-copy addresses (list, or comma separated depending on the config handler in use)

subject

Default subject line

subject_prefix

Additional string to prepend to the subject line of all messages

Usage

Example: Using Dummy Extension
Example: Using Dummy Extension
from cement import App
class MyApp(App):
class Meta:
label = 'myapp'
extensions = ['dummy']
output_handler = 'dummy'
template_handler = 'dummy'
mail_handler = 'dummy'
with MyApp() as app:
app.run()