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Email Testing Software

The best Email Testing Software based on votes, our collection of reviews, verified products and a total of 672 factors

  1. 48

    MailHog is an email testing tool inspired by MailCatcher, but easier to install.

  2. 54

    Email Delivery Platform that delivers just in time.
 Great for businesses and individuals.

    freemium

  3. 40

    FakeSMTP is a Free Fake SMTP Server with GUI for testing emails in applications easily.

  4. 31

    MailCatcher runs a super simple SMTP server which catches any message sent to it to display in a...

  5. 27

    We make the send button safer. For every campaign, every message, and every inbox, Email on Acid has the time-saving tools you need to put your best email forward.

    paid Free Trial $73.0 / Monthly (With a year subscription)

  6. 37

    Email Testing for QA & Development Teams.

  7. 24

    Fake SMTP server for safe email testing. Stop accidentally spamming your customers.

  8. 26

    End-to-end email testing made easy

  9. 24

    Smtp4dev is an all-in-one SMTP server designed to develop and test emails in your applications.

  10. 28

    QA tool for automating end-to-end email tests. Get unlimited private email addresses and inboxes for testing new user signups, transactional emails and drip campaigns, deliverability and spam scores, etc.

    freemium

  11. 27

    A SMTP server with JavaFX GUI interface, TLS, HTML messages, and attachment support.

  12. 30

    Ethereal is a fake SMTP service, mostly aimed at Nodemailer users (but not limited to). It's a completely free anti-transactional email service where messages never get delivered.

  13. 11

    Mailnest is a simple and safe tool to test emails for development and QA teams

    paid Free Trial $5.0 / Monthly

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