Certainly! To automate sending daily email reports in Python, you can use the smtplib library to send emails and schedule library to schedule the script to run daily. For simplicity, we'll use Gmail as the email provider and the schedule library for sched

Here's a basic script to get you started:

Make sure to replace "This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.", "your_email_password", and "This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." with your actual Gmail email, password, and the recipient's email address. Note that using your email password directly in the script is not secure. It's recommended to use an app password or an OAuth token for more secure authentication.

  1. Install Required Packages:Make sure you have the required packages installed. You can install them using pip:

    pip install schedule
  2. Enable Less Secure Apps in Gmail:Since you are using Gmail, you may need to allow less secure apps to access your account. Go to your Google Account settings, then Security, and turn on "Less secure app access." Note that this makes your account less secure, so consider using an app password instead.

  3. Run the Script:Save the script to a file, for example, daily_report.py. Open a terminal and run the script:

    python daily_report.py

    The script will run indefinitely, checking for scheduled tasks every second.

Now, every day at 8:00 AM (you can adjust the time in the script), the daily_report function will be called, and an email with the daily report will be sent to the specified recipient.

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