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On Mon, 20 May 2019 at 09:48, ramadhan ngallen <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello Guys am new to Django
I want to have a model which will have all smtp setup for email.
class EmailSetup(models.Model): # model for smtp email EmailSetup host = models.CharField(defaut='', blank=False, null=False) host_user = models.EmailField(defaut='', blank=False, null=False) password = models.CharField(max_length=32, widget=models.PasswordInput) port = model.IntegerField() email_use_tls = models.BooleanField()
This model will be registered to the admin site.
And admin will be able to save setup and whenever he/she make any modification it should updated to the database
All email will be sent from django using the setup above
I would like to know how to implement something like this and on django documentation models do not have PasswordFiled()