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Dev Null SMTP is a Java based lightweight dummy SMTP server that can be used for testing purposes. It helps you see all communication between a client and the server and is very useful if you are trying to find problems with your email server or a client that you wrote.
Dev Null SMTP Installation/Operation:
1. Download Dev Null SMTP from this URL “”.
2. Extract the compressed file to extract its content.
3. At the shell prompt enter in the following commands:
a) cd to the extracted folder.
b) Run the command “dev null smtp”
c) Now wait for a few seconds for the server to listen to the port. You should see some output similar to “listening on port 25”.
4. You can stop the server by typing “shutdown -h 0”. To start the server again, simply type the command “run”.
5. Other possible ways are as follows:
a) Right click the file and run this command: java -jar d4-8-dev-null-smtp.jar
b) Type at the shell prompt “java -jar d4-8-dev-null-smtp.jar”
Getting started with Dev Null SMTP:
Dev Null SMTP implements the the stateless ESMTP and SMTP protocol so it is possible for you to use it to test e-mail inbound and outbound.
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Subject: This is a test
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The Dev Null SMTP protocol is as follows:
– The list of commands implemented in Dev Null SMTP are the same as those implemented in standard SMTP protocol.
– The only difference is the messages that you receive while using this protocol is all in plain text, because the message is simply a string.
– The server supports one command named xMASTER-MSG-AUTH so that this protocol can be easily modified.
– To use the server, the following commands can be entered at the shell prompt:
a) $run: to connect to the SMTP server at the specified address.
b) $listen: to listen for connections and wait for a connection.
c) $

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Dev Null SMTP Free Download consists of two classes. One class to receive the email messages
from a client and one to send the messages to the client. You only need to make sure that the client can communicate with the server. Dev Null SMTP Crack does the rest by showing you the complete communication between the client and the server. When sending a message to a remote client, the sender must listen on a specific port.
The incoming server receives the messages from clients that send them to a specific remote SMTP (port 25) address.
Developers can write unit tests to send and receive email messages to and from an instance of Dev Null SMTP.

How to Use:
Let’s use the following client to send a message to the server:

The following is the output you will see when the client connects to the server:

You can type the same command to send a message to the server by hand:

The output of the server is as follows:

Note: All of the output can be produced by using the com.devnull.smtp.GreetingsMimeMessage.class and com.devnull.smtp.Greetings.class classes.

How to find out errors:
Try to send a message to an instance of the Server class. If the results are not correct, check that the client is connected. If the client is not connected, the messages are sent to the server.

The following output should be displayed:

If there is an error the following output should be displayed:

How to send messages to multiple remote SMTP servers:
You can use the MultipleRemoteServer class to connect to multiple remote SMTP servers at once.

The client sends the message in the main thread.
The server receives the message in the background thread.

If an error is encountered the following output is displayed:

How to send messages to multiple remote SMTP servers using the RemoteSMTPServer class:
The RemoteSMTPServer class provides another way to send and receive messages to multiple remote SMTP servers at once. This way is just for the purpose to send or receive a message to multiple remote SMTP servers without the use of the background threads.
The client sends the message in the main thread.
The server receives the message in the background thread.

If an error is encountered the following output is displayed:

Changes to this project since 0.30.0:

Makefile changes.

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Test SMTP servers for broken messages

View and report on every incoming and outgoing message

Dump all your email messages as well as the headers of every single message you send

Turn the SMTP server off

Chances are, you could have used it before. It’s a very useful program for troubleshooting your own email servers. You can use it today, and you might use it tomorrow to troubleshoot your email service.

You can use this utility to verify that the incoming and outgoing traffic to the SMTP server are working correctly. It can also be used to verify that your clients are sending correct messages and that you are getting the messages you sent. You can even verify that your clients are not sending broken or malicious messages to your server. It’s a very useful tool that can be used by every email expert and novice email administrators.

You can use Dev Null SMTP to debug your SMTP server, you can use it for testing, testing your clients, testing the delivery of emails to your clients, verify that the proper routing occurs, verify that the correct message is delivered, verify that delivery failed and other cool things.

Dev Null SMTP is a complete, easy to use, Java based SMTP server and client that is very easy to use, and not very complicated. You should be able to use Dev Null SMTP and not feel like you’re programming and learning a new language or at least, new paradigm.

You can easily turn on and off your SMTP server, view and report on every single incoming and outgoing message, view and report on every single message in real-time, and if you do need to view the message contents, you can choose to view the message contents in base64 encoding or plain text.

You can send mail messages through your server, your client can be of all types, you can do client to server and server to server communication as well as client to client.

The configuration file for the SMTP server and client can be edited to match your needs, and Dev Null SMTP runs perfectly on Unix, Windows and Linux. It can be run in either a standalone mode or it can be run as a service.

Dev Null SMTP uses no external libraries except for the JRE. It doesn’t use any logging libraries to collect and display information, it uses only the standard Java logging support.

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Dev Null SMTP is a Java based lightweight dummy SMTP server. It helps you see all communication between a client and the server. The server is very simple, it runs on the command line on Unix based systems or on a console window on Windows.
Dev Null SMTP can be used in the following ways:
1. To test and debug a client email application.
2. To verify that a server is working correctly and that the exchange of email (i.e. headers and content) is as it should be.
2. To verify that a mail server is handling your emails correctly.
3. To determine if your email is being delivered to the correct place.
4. Test an outbound mail server to see if you can send an email out to the internet.
5. Test and debug your inbound mail server so that it can accept email messages.
6. Check mail delivery to more than one account to confirm that your mail is being delivered correctly.
7. Test whether bounce emails are received from your email server.
8. Learn more about SMTP.
9. Debug your SMTP code.
10. To see the details of each received email.
11. To see the details of each received email.
12. To test outgoing SMTP servers to see if they are working correctly.
13. To test your mail server to see if it is working correctly.
Dev Null SMTP Key Features:
1. SMTP Dummy server that you can use on your system as a server.
2. Support for several different clients including SmtpClient,
3. Authenticates itself.
4. Written in Java to create a cross platform executable.
5. Allows network connect.
6. Allows the user to send mail to other users through the server.
7. Allows the user to receive mail and create emails.
8. Allows the user to do a TCP connect to the SMTP server and sends and recieves email.
9. Allows the user to create email and print the header and content of the email.
10. Sent and received emails are created and printed to a file.
11. User can debug their SMTP Server to see why their mail isn’t being delivered.
12. Allows to debug client SMTP applications.
13. Allows to debug SMTP applications.
14. Dumps all the headers and content that are being sent and received over the internet.

System Requirements:

Windows 98/Me/2000/XP
800 MB Disk space
256MB Video Memory
VGA Compatible Monitor (1024 x 768)
SDVGA Compatible Monitor (800 x 600)
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