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Papercut v4.3.0.0

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Rating:        Based on 9 ratings
Reviewed:  7 reviews
Downloads: 20958
Change Set: b79f2445dfce
Released: Nov 5, 2014
Updated: Nov 6, 2014 by Jaben
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Application Papercut-4-3-0-0.zip
application, 5439K, uploaded Nov 6, 2014 - 3280 downloads

Release Notes

Papercut v4.3.0.0 (UPDATE: 2014-11-05)

Improvement: "Raw" message view re-added back as a view of the message data
using AvalonEdit control for speed.

Papercut v4.2.1.0

Fixed: #9861 Exception if the specified file name for a mime part was duplicate.
Added: Web links in emails are launched in default browser. (Thanks Jamie Humphries!)
Added: Conditional Forward (RegEx) Rule based on body or headers.
Fixed: Added the "Mark-of-web" for the email viewer to remove IE security warnings.
Fixed: #9863 Papercut.Service was not correctly reporting it’s incoming mail directory to Papercut.Client.

Papercut v4.2.0.0

Fixed: #9859 Now using <pre> tag when displaying the text email so that carriage returns/linefeeds are displayed.
Fixed: #9858 Now won’t close the app when failing to delete a message. Displays the reason for the failure as well.
Improvement: Increased the robustness and error handling of the SMTP FIle Receiving.
Improvement: Now validates the existence of and creates (if necessary) the Default Message Save Path directory.
Improvement: Improved the loading so that it catches all assembly loading errors and attempts to write them to the Event Log in case app load is failing.
Changed: Set the protocol logging to "Verbose".
Changed: Papercut.Service default save location now defaults to %BaseDirectory%\Incoming.
Added: Remove the "read-only" flag from the message file when attempting to delete.
Fixed: #9851 Exception on TCP/IP port binding failure.

Setting up the Papercut.Service

Papercut.Service.exe uses Topshelf library (http://topshelf-project.com) which gives it versatility.

Run Papercut.Service Options:

  • Option 1: Run from the command line: "Papercut.Service.exe" runs the process directly from the the command line. Then you can configure the Service by running the Papercut.exe.
  • Option 2: Install as a service: From command line run the "Install-Papercut-Service.bat" and it will install using one command: "Papercut.Service.exe install --sudo" and start the service. Then you can configure the Service by running the Papercut.exe.

Additional Service Options:

Topshelf offers an array of configuration options from the command line. Type "Papercut.Service.exe help" for a listing of the options.

Configuration of the Service:

Papercut.Service does not require manual editing of files to run or configure. The Papercut.exe and Papercut.Service.exe processes, when run at the same time, will communicate and handle configuration automatically. e.g. When you change the SMTP settings in the UI options, it automatically pushes those changes (and saves them) in the Service. But, if you do need to manually configure, all the settings are in the default Papercut.Service.json file with comments.

Reviews for this release

     
Perfect. Absolutely Perfect! I spent a good hour or so looking for a local test mail server that I could just install and test my development. I found papercut from a suggestion on stack overflow, so thought I'd give it a go. Most other solutions require all sorts of initial configuration to get them going, this just requires you install it and point your app's mail server settings to 127.0.0.1. I really hope the developer of this program, doesn't try to expand it or otherwise ruin the recipe of it. It's simple to use, simple to install. What's not to like about it?!
by Dominic87 on May 10, 2015 at 4:12 PM
     
Exactly what I was looking for!
by modder on Apr 14, 2015 at 3:53 PM
     
Very good tool, needed to make a few tweaks to look right on Windows Server 2008 R2
by MikeWill34 on Jan 30, 2015 at 2:45 PM
     
It's a very nice tool to test and check the E-mails. It has a integrated SMTP-Server so you just start the program and everything works. The startup needed around 20 seconds which is very long. I have to check if this was just a problem with my computer or if the program needs so long (thats why 4 stars). But nice and handy tool! (Testet smtp4dev before) EDIT: 5 Stars now. I don't know which tasks were running but start time is ~3 Seconds which is okay and good.
by MBuege on Jan 6, 2015 at 6:30 PM
     
Papercut is an excellent tool! By far the most pleasant dummy SMTP client that I have found.
by jamiehumphries on Oct 3, 2014 at 7:37 AM
     
Awsome little tool.
by SketchySteve on Sep 26, 2014 at 1:52 PM
     
Exactly what I want ! Simple, Small , Nice looking, Complete and Fast ! We could have the mail recipient though. ;-) Great work !
by Rondou on Sep 10, 2014 at 1:33 PM