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sorry for maybe silly question, but http://www.chilkatsoft.com/refdoc/pythonCkEmailRef.html

strVal is a string # ckStr is a CkString email.get_From(ckStr); strVal = email.from(); email.put_From(strVal);

The combined name and email address of the sender, such as "John Smith" . This is the content that will be placed in the From: header field. If the actual sender is to be different, then set the Sender property to a different email address.

in python "from" will cause syntax error since it's reserved word

asked Dec 28 '15 at 09:10

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edited Dec 28 '15 at 09:10


The documentation is wrong and needs to be updated. The lowercase "from" property is actually named "ck_from" because of this problem. Your code should be:

strVal = email.ck_from();

It is correct in the actual module/lib, but not correct in the documentation..

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answered Dec 28 '15 at 09:18

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