There's plenty of reasons to hide emails. Some obfuscate them to avoid spam bots. Others mask emails to test their workflows or secure database records. Let's see what really works and what doesn't.
QAs often create tons of fake email addresses to test their workflows. How to go about it? Which tools to use? And is it the right approach? Let's see!
The email testing checklist includes test of email sending capability, deliverability and content. Check out our picks of tools to cover all types of tests
Have you ever sent test emails to your customers by an accident? You are not alone! Check out our TOP-5 email testing failures and learn some tips on how to stay on the safe side!
In our previous post, we reviewed Sendgrid, Mandrill, and Mailgun - the most popular email sending services. “Test your emails before actually sending them”: each of them repeats this mantra, as does anyone who deals with email development. But do these services offer enough options for quality email testing? Let’s have a closer look at the checkpoints and see if there is a need for a special testing service.
How would you approach choosing an SMTP server for testing? Find the key factors to consider in this blog post.
Just in case you are still hesitating whether Mailtrap is the right tool for you. Check out this article to see the reasons why you should consider leveraging a fake SMTP server when testing email sending functionality.
Do you use SMTP server in your daily workflow? If you do - then you probably understand how important it is to ensure its stability and avoid multiple tech issues. Read this blog post to get a handful of advice on the best ways to perform SMTP server testing.
A Mailtrap review created by Hieu Le.
A Mailtrap review article created by Jeff Reifman.