SMTP servers forward mail on to BCC recipients while at the same time stripping that field. Because Mailtrap is serving as the SMTP server, it can record the original data in the BCC header.
The default Mailtrap view should continue to hide the BCC header to provide a Client-like view, but the BCC header should be made available in either the RAW view or another view "As Received".55 votes
Mailtrap show email message “as is”, so if RAW email doesn’t contain BCC (in 99% it will be not present in email), when it will be not shown in web interface. Right now we don’t store “RCPT TO” results.
Show SMTP configuration one should use for the current user/company EVERYWHERE13 votesAdminMailtrap (Mailtrap, Mailtrap) responded
Hello. User can have many companies and inboxes inside one account. This information is accessible inside each inbox with integration examples.
We are working to make this feature in the nearest few months.
When doing html emails - one definitely needs to review how they look.
Adding litmus.com/email-testing into mailtrap will combine the two worlds5 votes
Good idea, need to check how it will influence on payment plans (maybe it will be realized like addon).
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
I'd like to get a POST to a user-defined URL that had the email address, a custom header value (e.g. ID) and the fact that it had been delivered.
Ideally, we would get a call when an email was opened.1 vote
Thank you for your idea. We are currently working on our API service so hopefully your problem will be solved in a first version.
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
Thank you for your idea. It could be added to developer tools. But we don’t think that images should be hidden by default, because while testing emails with images you want them to be shown without any modifications.
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