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What is MailHog?

It is an email testing tool for developers. You can configure your application to use MailHog for SMTP delivery. You can view messages in the web UI, or retrieve them with the JSON API.
MailHog is a tool in the Email Testing category of a tech stack.
MailHog is an open source tool with 6.7K GitHub stars and 472 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to MailHog's open source repository on GitHub

Who uses MailHog?

11 companies reportedly use MailHog in their tech stacks, including CODIUM, Development Stack, and AHOI.

32 developers on StackShare have stated that they use MailHog.

MailHog Integrations

MailHog's Features

  • ESMTP server implementing RFC5321
  • Support for SMTP AUTH (RFC4954) and PIPELINING (RFC2920)
  • Web interface to view messages (plain text, HTML or source)

MailHog Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to MailHog?
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