Looking for a test mail generator
Alex Neuman van der Hans
alex at rtpty.com
Mon Sep 8 16:57:14 IST 2008
You could probably do this with netcat and bash...
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On Sep 8, 2008, at 10:38 AM, "Jay R. Ashworth" <jra at baylink.com> wrote:
> To test a new installation before a cutover, I'm trying to find (out
> whether anyone has written) a program that can send a bunch of email
> to a
> SMTP server, logging what it does (both logical and session level), so
> that I can check that the results are what they should be.
> Optimally, I'd like something that worked like this:
> Provide it with 4 or 5 pieces of random spam, and 4 or 5 pieces of
> and have it try to -- in random order -- send each of the message
> to a) one or more provided valid addresses and b) one or more random
> non-valid addresses on the provisioned domain, and c) one or more
> completely random addresses.
> The goal, of course, is to make sure that what should pass through
> through, what should bounce bounces, what shouldn't backscatter
> and what should deliver does.
> Has anyone already written this? I'm sure perl or python provides the
> modules, but I'm not good enough at either to do it myself. I could
> probably hack around something that does 60-70% of it into what I
> -- jra
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