Anymail is maintained by its users. Your contributions are encouraged!
The Anymail source code is on GitHub.
See AUTHORS.txt for a list of some of the people who have helped improve Anymail.
You can report problems or request features in Anymail’s GitHub issue tracker. (For a security-related issue that should not be disclosed publicly, instead email Anymail’s maintainers at security<AT>anymail<DOT>info.)
We also have some Troubleshooting information that may be helpful.
Pull requests are always welcome to fix bugs and improve support for ESP and Django features.
Most of the included tests verify that Anymail constructs the expected ESP API
calls, without actually calling the ESP’s API or sending any email. So these tests
don’t require API keys, but they do require mock (
pip install mock).
To run the tests, either:
$ python setup.py test
$ python runtests.py
Anymail also includes some integration tests, which do call the live ESP APIs.
These integration tests require API keys (and sometimes other settings) they
get from from environment variables. They’re skipped if these keys aren’t present.
If you want to run them, look in the
files in the tests source for specific requirements.