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- Binary usage
Mailspy is a mock SMTP server for used during the development of applications that send email. Mailspy will serve a compliant, SMTP server that an application can connect to, while in development mode. It will accept emails using SMTP protocol, without encryption, and any basic authentication. A web interface is served to display them.
Mailspy does not have any persistance, received emails are stored in memory and last only during the life of the run. It is meant to be lightweight coming in at ~10mb on disk and using 3-4mb of memory. It is meant to be launched along side a development stack on dev machines.
Mailspy is available in binary distribution for 64-bit linux systems.
curl https://objects.5sigma.io/public/mailspy.tar.gz | tar -xz
Execute the mailspy binary:
Then set your application to use the following smtp settings:
- SMTP Server: localhost - Port: 7778 - Username: Any value - Password: Any value - TLS: None/Unsecured - Authorization Type: Basic Auth
View emails in the web interface served at:
Command line switches
- The SMTP port can be can be configured with -s <port>
- The HTTP port for the web interface can be configured with -h <port>
Mailspy is avialable as a Docker image. To run it as a temporary container use:
docker run --rm -p 7777:7777 -p 7778:7778 git.5sigma.io/mailspy/mailspy:latest
The core application Rust application is located in /src folder. This contains both the SMTP and HTTP servers. The web interface is located in /ui and is a Svelte application.
The application will automatically bundle the svelte application within the binary during build.
Setting up development:
git clone https://git.5sigma.io/mailspy/mailspy.git cd mailspy cd ui npm install
cd ui npm run build cd .. cargo build --release