Send Emails through the terminal , fast and secure


Use git to install it

git clone


cd eterm/src

This example over here sends an email with a body , subject and a file:

python3 {from_email} --to {to_email} --body --subject --file {files}

Note : You can send multiple files too just by specifying the files after the file.

For help:

python3 -h


  1. Autocompletions
  2. Secure , it has got a sha512 hash implemented and when typing the password ,the password is not visible
  3. feature rich , You can send files too


To add autocompletion add the phrases and Locations in Autocompletions/files.txt and greeting. eg. in the files.txt you can add a folder name in which you have kept all the documents you want to email someone, you can specify the folder .


Using Autocompletion

To use autocompletion just press the tab key

10 reasons to use it

  1. It’s easy to use
  2. It’s fast
  3. It’s secure
  4. Autocompletions
  5. Stores autocompletion history for fast access
  6. It’s Lightweight
  7. When sending attachments , the name of the attachment is also displayed
  8. It’s pretty
  9. You can show off that you use the terminal for everything. #pro
  10. Just like that


Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change.

Please make sure to update tests as appropriate.