All our systems are configured to send to an inbox.
We require the ability to forward all mail regardless of address, subject or content.3 votes
Hi! Thanks for your request. We won’t be considering this feature for implementation. For this functionality, you might want to consider using transactional email services.
provide some way to test replies from test inboxes to another test inbox. This would help us test inbound emails to our system in stage environment1 vote
Hi, thank you for your idea!
After a thorough review with the team, it was agreed we have to decline the request. Reply option will enable out-of-the box root for emails transferring which might lead to spam risks and we cannot let it happen. You might consider using a standard email provider for this purpose.
Thanks for your understanding.
Is there any per minute limits instead of per 10 seconds or per second?
its to hard!!
many software use per minute or per hour limitation tips and there would be conflict and we can use only first 2 or 30 or 60 instead of 120 or 180 or 360!!!1 vote
A checkbox near the emails in the left sidebar to make multiple selection and than delete or whatever action a user wants to make.3 votes
Change the mailtrap mascot to a toasted cheese sandwich26 votes
Thank you all for sharing your vision on Mailtrap mascot and for the creative suggestion! After thorough consideration, we’ve came up with a decision to keep to our mascot. The flower-man has already become a member of our Mialtrap family, and we hope you will share our attidute and support our Mailtrapper guy :)
Currently we just can't alter customer's DNS records, so we could use some alternative method to "verify" domain. I'm not even sure why any verification is necessary in the first place..3 votes
You should not do anything with customers DNS records, because the main feature of Mailtrap is “not spamming real customers”. Forwarding feature is used only for debugging purpose for dev teams, but not for sending real emails to real customers. More info: https://mailtrap.io/blog/2017-12-05-mailtrap-introduces-email-fwd-verification
I'm evaluating mailtrap for our outbound email testing needs. It seems like mailtrap accepts all email you send via SMTP. However in order to thoroughly test real-world scenarios, there should be a way to configure that, say, 1% of all mail will be soft-bounced, and 0.1% of all mail will be hard-bounced. Of course those number should be configurable, and even better if the user could configure specific SMTP result codes and enhanced status codes and control the percentages of each one.32 votes
It would be great if there was a way to look up messages using the message_id header via both the API and the web interface.
That way it would be easy to programatically verify that a give message was delivered using the API4 votes
offer clients for different programming languages. my preference nodejs1 vote
Payment by traditional institutional methods is just not possible for many people.1 vote
We use a bulk email delivery company as our email campaign gateway (Socketlabs).
I am looking for something that will automate the responses to campaigns - ie. enable some to return
The response could be set by mailbox - and perhaps the facility to spread the timing of opens and clicks.1 vote
Since realtime updates is already implemented, it would be helpful if we could check some checkbox so the inbox always shows the last incoming mail, without the need for me to click it in the message list.2 votes
Given that we just had a SSLv3 issue, I think it would be helpful if each mail can display the SSL/STARTTLS status, cypher, protocol etc with which the mail was sent. Google mail does this for example in the received lines (version=TLSv1.2 cipher=ECDHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256 bits=128/128). Maybe something like this could be displayed as additional data for each mail.1 vote
We show emails “as is” and modification of user emails can influence on debugging process of our customers. To get info about SSL/STARTTLS you can by openssl application:
openssl s_client -starttls smtp -connect mailtrap.io:2525 -tls1 -crlf
New, TLSv1/SSLv3, Cipher is DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA
Server public key is 2048 bit
Secure Renegotiation IS supported
Protocol : TLSv1
Cipher : DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA
Yahoomail verification cod1 vote
It seems like emails are only being forwarded based on the "To" address, and "bcc" is being ignored.9 votes
There is no way to know how to forward on BCC, it’s “blind”
There's actually one e-mail in my inbox but I can't see it when I enter the domains inbox site.....2 votes
Many clients, gmail included, don;t show images by default. It would be nice to see the design in that context in the inbox.3 votes
nullmailer is a simple smtp forwarder for *nix its part of the debian repository for example and is great with mailtrap since you dont need a full on mailserver like postfix/exim.
here is a simple one line setup for nullmailer with mailtrap:
edit /etc/nullmailer/remotes and add the following line:
mailtrap.io smtp --port 2525 --user=USERNAME--pass=PASSWORD1 vote
Thank you for your suggestion. We’ve added plain examples for different programming languages and as an exception telnet example. That was done to show you, how you can use Mailtrap with your favorite programming language.
It wasn’t our goal to provide examples for all mail existing mailing tools.
Would be nice if the email could be opened directly in the user's registered email application. This is one of the nice benefits of http://smtp4dev.codeplex.com/1 vote
For that purpose you can forward your email to any existing email address and receive it via any email application.
I would love to see mailtrap.io optionally as a downloadable app that I may use to develop offline.7 votes
We have no plans of moving in that direction.
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