What is Sendria?
It is an SMTP server designed to run in your dev/test environment, that is designed to catch any email you or your application is sending, and display it in a web interface instead of sending to real world.
Sendria is a tool in the Email Testing category of a tech stack.
Sendria is an open source tool with 69 GitHub stars and 8 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Sendria's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Sendria?
- Catch all emails and store it for display
- Full support for multipart messages
- View HTML and plain text parts of messages (if given part exists)
- View source of email
- Lists attachments and allows separate downloading of parts
- Download original email to view in your native mail client(s)
- Mail appears instantly if your browser supports WebSockets
- Optionally, send webhook on every received message
- Runs as a daemon in the background, optionally in foreground
- Keyboard navigation between messages
- Optionally password protected access to web interface
- Optionally password protected access to SMTP (SMTP AUTH)
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