Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:/Users/James/Desktop/Quikemail.py", line 54, in send
    s.sendmail(me, you, msg.as_string())
  File "C:\python 25\lib\email\message.py", line 131, in as_string
    g.flatten(self, unixfrom=unixfrom)
  File "C:\python 25\lib\email\generator.py", line 84, in flatten
    self._write(msg)
  File "C:\python 25\lib\email\generator.py", line 116, in _write
    self._write_headers(msg)
  File "C:\python 25\lib\email\generator.py", line 162, in _write_headers
    header_name=h, continuation_ws='\t').encode()
  File "C:\python 25\lib\email\header.py", line 402, in encode
    return self._encode_chunks(newchunks, maxlinelen)
  File "C:\python 25\lib\email\header.py", line 362, in _encode_chunks
    _max_append(chunks, s, maxlinelen, extra)
  File "C:\python 25\lib\email\quoprimime.py", line 97, in _max_append
    L.append(s.lstrip())
AttributeError: 'list' object has no attribute 'lstrip'

My code is here:

#!/usr/bin/env python

import smtplib,traceback

from email.mime.multipart import MIMEMultipart
from email.mime.text import MIMEText
me = raw_input("Email:")
password = raw_input("Password:")
def send(you,text,subject):
    global me,password
    # Create message container - the correct MIME type is multipart/alternative.
    msg = MIMEMultipart('alternative')
    msg['Subject'] = subject
    msg['From'] = me
    msg['To'] = you

    # Create the body of the message (a plain-text and an HTML version).
    html = text.replace("\n","<br>")
    text = text.replace("<a href=","").replace(">","").replace("</a>","")
    # Record the MIME types of both parts - text/plain and text/html.
    part1 = MIMEText(text, 'plain')
    part2 = MIMEText(html, 'html')

    # Attach parts into message container.
    # According to RFC 2046, the last part of a multipart message, in this case
    # the HTML message, is best and preferred.
    msg.attach(part1)
    msg.attach(part2)
    print 'smtp.'+me.split("@", 1)[1]+":587"
    s = smtplib.SMTP('smtp.'+me.split("@", 1)[1]+":587")
    # sendmail function takes 3 arguments: sender's address, recipient's address
    # and message to send - here it is sent as one string.
    try:
        s.ehlo()
        s.helo()
        s.login(me, password)
    except smtplib.SMTPAuthenticationError:
        print"Bad password."
        me = raw_input("Email:")
        password = raw_input("Password:")
        send(you,text,subject)
    except smtplib.SMTPException:
        print"Unable to authenticate, probaly not supported"
        #print traceback.format_exc(limit=0).lstrip("Traceback (most recent call last):\n")
    except:
        print "Unknown Error:"
        print traceback.format_exc(limit=0).lstrip("Traceback (most recent call last):\n")
    try:
        s.ehlo()
        s.helo()
        s.starttls()
        s.ehlo()
        s.helo()
        s.sendmail(me, you, msg.as_string())
    except smtplib.SMTPRecipientsRefused:
        print "Email refused to be sent to all addresses."
    except smtplib.SMTPSenderRefused:
        print "Refused to send from current address"
        me = raw_input("Email:")
        password = raw_input("Password:")
        send(you,text,subject)
    except smtplib.SMTPDataError:
        print "Unexpected Error Code,Resending..."
        send(you,text,subject)
    except RuntimeError:
        print "This program does not support it."
    except smtplib.SMTPException:
        s.ehlo()
        s.helo()
        s.sendmail(me, you, msg.as_string())
    except:
        print "Unknown Error:"
        print traceback.format_exc()#.lstrip("Traceback (most recent call last):\n") #temporarily turn off error showing for debugging
    s.quit()
while True:
    sendto = raw_input("To(s) (seperated by a comma):").split(",")
    subject = raw_input("Subject:")
    text = ""
    t = ""
    while t != "end":
        text = text + t+"\n"
        t = raw_input("Body>")
    send(sendto,text,subject)

The problem seems to be in one of your library files. Can't help you since Python25 has died many years ago.

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