In this post we will show how it is possible to send emails from your Arduino!
We registered at the great temboo service which offers connection >100 services (gmail, twiter, github, and many more) and a library for Arduino. But the provided temboo library expects a reference to something implementing the Arduino SDK Client “interface”. In the setup we’re using an Arduino Mega2560 with the Adafruit CC3000 WiFi module.
If you ever need to connect the CC3000 module with another service, you can do it using thisArdunet block with network utilities for Arduino.
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