DebugMail is a fake SMTP server designed for testing outgoing traffic of web apps or websites in the development environment without deploying it to production. This simple email testing tool offers developers a way to catch and debug emails without cluttering real mailboxes, or sending emails to real users. By setting up mailcatching on DebugMail, you can test the correctness of sending triggered emails, scheduled marketing emails, or ensure the accuracy of attachments, senders’ addresses, and more.
— How to integrate DebugMail with a code snippet
— How to integrate DebugMail with SMTP credentials
You can integrate DebugMail with your web project or app using two methods: code snippet or credentials.
Follow these steps:
You can also use SMTP credentials and we assume that you’re already logged in.
Port: 25 or 9025
Username: unique to your project
Password: unique to your project
We also have an API for managing DebugMail, which we’ll cover in another article.
Our goal was to provide a straightforward and simple guide to getting started with DebugMail, and we hope you found it useful. Also check out our comparison of DebugMail vs. Google SMTP to see how easy it is to integrate DebugMail into your project.
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