A smtp debugging email sink, inspired by smtp-sink.
npm install -g mail-sink
- Parsing and rendering mails on a website
- Dumping mails to file
- CSS encapsulation
- Access mails and metadata programmatically through a json api
Usage: index [options] Options: -h, --help output usage information -V, --version output the version number -s, --smtp-port [number] SMTP server port (1025 by default). -p, --http-port [number] HTTP server port (8080 by default). -q, --quiet Do not dump mails to the console (false by default). -w, --whitelist [value] Aceppt mails from these adresses only (no whitelist by default). -m --max [number] Max number of e-mails to keep (200 by default) -d --dump [directory] Dump mails to files (no dumps by default)
Dump to file
The filenames are constructed as follows:
mail-sink is avaiable on Docker Hub.
The exposed ports are the default ports (8080 for http and 1025 for smtp).
/usr/mails is a volume (see Dockerfile).
Example: Running the image with mail logging to file:
nick@ubuntu:~/mails$ docker run -it --name mail-sink -p 80:8080 -p 25:1025 c9dd2ce8185e -d ./ -v /usr/src/app ~/mails
- Simulate failure modes
Copyright (c) 2016 Nick Triller
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