Instructable for Raspberry Pi e-mail push button device
by Peter and Owen Czerny at Yukonstruct
Don’t have access to a commercial mobile e-mail communication device or laptop / desktop computer? Need an inexpensive way to e-mail a routine message to someone on a regular basis?
The goal of this project: To use a Raspberry Pi to send a preset message to a predetermined e-mail address via Gmail with the push of a button.
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