We’ve refreshed the Mailtrap design across the entire platform. Mailtrap now looks more modern and is more user-friendly. See what’s changed.
Testing emails is rarely a lonely activity. Frequently, there’s someone you need to report to on your progress. Mailtrap makes it very easy to do so.
To write great code, you need to hydrate yourself properly. And there's a whole world of opportunities out there. We cover seven pretty unusual options.
For the Mailtrap infrastructure, security and automation are the two main principles. Recently, we have faced several challenges in account management. As a result, we have implemented our own tool for simplified SSH certificates management. Learn more about SSH certificates, possible problems and solutions, and check out code samples in this article.
Test Bcc, preview messages, inspect HTML errors right away, and conduct other crucial email checks in one tool. Yes, that’s all about Mailtrap, a simple but super powerful tool for safe email testing.
When we talk about email sending and testing, we usually pay attention to the message headers. We define and check “to”, “from”, “subject”, and then work with the message body. In this post, we will focus on the message copies - Cc and Bcc. Why does just one letter make such a big difference? And why is it so hard to test Bcc in emails? To get the answers, we will refer to the SMTP mechanics. Also, we will share some email tips and explain how you can test Bcc with Mailtrap.
We have gathered all of the information you need to know about email size and made a list of rules for crafting the perfect email in this post. Also, see how the email size feature in Mailtrap can help you with testing your email deliverability.
Learn how Mailtrap can help you increase the efficiency of your email testing process. Features for organizing your test data and sharing results with your colleagues and clients are explained in this post.
The Mailtrap Twitter contest is open! To win a branded Mailtrap hoodie and an Amazon gift card, follow details and official rules in this post.
Read this blog post to get a better understanding about the new subscription plans and limits.