I am implementing a new Mailbrew feature to receive newsletters inside your brews and to get the job done I need to parse emails received at
<username>@inbox.mailbrew.com and extract their content.
You can do this with the Python standard library without external dependencies (unsurprisingly):
import email msg = email.message_from_bytes(raw_content) for part in msg.get_payload(): content_type = pl.get("Content-Type") content = pl.get_payload(decode=True) print("Content-Type:" content_type) print("Content": content)
For most emails this will print the plain-text version first:
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8" Content: hello world
and the html version after that:
Content-Type: text/html; charset="UTF-8" Content: <p>hello world</p>