Convert TEXT to EML using Python

TEXT to EML conversion in your Python Applications without installing Microsoft Word® or Outlook.


Aspose.Total for Python via .NET" is a comprehensive package of APIs that can help a Python developer automate the process of converting TEXT to EML. It includes two APIs, namely Aspose.Words for Python via .NET and Aspose.Email for Python via .NET, which make the conversion process easy and efficient. The conversion process is a two-step process, wherein the first step involves loading the Word file and rendering it into HTML using Aspose.Words for Python via .NET. The second step involves loading the converted HTML using Aspose.Email for Python via .NET and saving it into EML format. The Aspose.Total for Python via .NET package is a great tool for developers who are looking to add a TEXT to EML conversion feature within their application. It is a reliable and efficient solution that can help developers automate the conversion process with ease. Furthermore, the package also includes APIs for dealing with different formats such as Email, Images and Microsoft Word formats. This makes it a great choice for developers who are looking for a comprehensive solution for their conversion needs.

How to Convert TEXT to EML in Python

  • Open the source TEXT file using Document class
  • Call the save method while specifying output HTML file path and relevant HTML Save options as parameter. So your TEXT file is converted to HTML at the specified path
  • Now Load the saved HTML file using MailMessage.load
  • Call the save method with relevant file path. So finally the TEXT is converted

Conversion Requirements

  • For TEXT to EML conversion, Python 3.5 or later is required
  • Reference APIs within the project directly from PyPI ( Aspose.Words and Aspose.Email )
  • Or use the following pip command pip install aspose.words and pip install Aspose.Email-for-Python-via-NET
  • Moreover, Microsoft Windows or Linux based OS (see more for Words and Email ) and for Linux check additional requirements for gcc and libpython and follow step by step instructions INSTALL

Save TEXT To EML in Python


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What is EML File Format?

The EML file format, standing for Electronic Mail, is a widely used file format for storing email messages. It is primarily associated with email clients such as Microsoft Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird, and Windows Mail. EML files contain the entire contents of an email message, including the sender and recipient information, subject, date, attachments, and the message body.

EML files are formatted in plain text and adhere to the Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) standard, which allows for the inclusion of various types of content within an email message, such as text, images, and attachments. This makes EML files highly versatile and compatible with different email clients and platforms.

The EML format is commonly used for archiving or transferring individual email messages. It provides a convenient way to store emails as separate files, making it easier to organize and retrieve specific messages when needed. EML files can be opened and viewed in compatible email clients, allowing users to read and interact with the contents of the email message.

Furthermore, EML files can be easily shared via email or other file transfer methods. They preserve the original formatting, ensuring that the recipient sees the email exactly as it was sent, including any attachments or embedded images.

In addition to being used for individual email messages, EML files are also used in email migration and backup processes. They allow for the transfer of email messages between different email clients or the creation of backups to safeguard important communications.