Similar to the way Gmail does. It seems that if the sender, recipient, and subject are the same then they get grouped into a conversation.
Awesome stuff so far guys. I definitely see myself using MailTrap for all my future projects.5 votes
Show the number of emails in an Inbox when you are in the inbox.5 votes
Hi! Thanks for your idea. We’ll take it into account and consider it’s implementation on public demand.
Mark as Unread opened email4 votes
Hi! Thanks for your request. We’ll take it into account and consider this feature implementation on public demand.
Our use case is simple: we want to forward specific types of emails (our example: password reset). We can always classify them based on the subject line, but not on the email address nor the domain. This feature request is to add automatic forwarding based on subject.4 votes
Symfony 4 configuration example would also be nice.
For Gmail as a transport, use: "gmail://username:password@localhost"
For a generic SMTP server, use: "smtp://localhost:25?encryption=&auth_mode="
Delivery is disabled by default via "null://localhost"
< symfony/swiftmailer-bundle4 votes
Hi, thanks for your request! We’ll add this example.
The received time "a few seconds ago" "2 minutes ago" etc. doesn't update until you receive a new message or do a web page manual refresh. Make it refresh when you click on a message.3 votes
Thanks for your input. We’ll consider this functionality implementation on public demand.
Generate a .muttrc file from the "Integrations" menu.3 votes
Thanks for your request.
May we ask you to provide an example of configuration that will be applicable to your use case? We will add your request to our backlog once we have these specifics.
In integration section with examples for various frameworks and languages it would be convenient for me to have cli example for parameter store of aws system manager, e.g.
aws ssm put-parameter --type SecureString --name /staging/smtp-host --value "smtp.mailtrap.io"
aws ssm put-parameter --type SecureString --name /staging/smtp-port --value "2525"
aws ssm put-parameter --type SecureString --name /staging/smtp-username --value "XXX"
aws ssm put-parameter --type SecureString --name /staging/smtp-password --value "XXX"
That would allow me to copy&paste it to shell and provision all parameters at once.2 votes
Make the "Total messages sent" display update automatically. As is, it requires a browser refresh.2 votes
Thanks for your idea. We’ll consider it’s implementation on public demand.
View forwarded smtp logs1 vote
Thank you for the request! Currently, we won’t be implementing such functionality. This can become something we’ll look into in future, depending on the community demand.
On the My Inboxes page, make the statistics update automatically. As is, you have to do a browser refresh to see the number of messages, etc. changed.1 vote
Thanks for your request! We’ll consider it’s implementation on public demand.
I have just spent almost a day looking for the mistake I did in my DSN string. Website is currently generating a DSN for Symfony 4, it just does not work on Symfony 5. It should also add "username:password" before the mail server host...1 vote
Mailtrap is great to send fake email in pre-production environments. That would be great to have the smae functionnality to send fake SMS.1 vote
Add a C# integration for appsettings.
"FromEmail": "<a rel="nofollow noreferrer" href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com</a>",
I have just spent almost a day looking for the mistake I did in my DSN string. Website is currently generating a DSN for Symfony 4, it just does not work on Symfony 5. It should also add "username:password" before the mail server host...0 votes
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