POP3 Server Stub
|Op. System:||Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT|
|File size:||58 KB|
Publisher description for POP3 Server Stub
POP3 Server Stub is designed to test e-mail messages, the way how they look in your email client software and how they are passed through different filtering programs such as Email Not HTML or anti-spam software. You can change not only the body of the message but also the headers. The program allows to distribute the message to many email clients simultaneously without having to send the message by SMTP. It also can serve as test POP3 server for support staff who need to verify if their clients have correct TCP/IP settings. It also may be useful for those who develop POP3 client software. The program listens on some TCP port and supports POP3 protocol (RFC 1939). The only difference between real POP3 server and this stub is that POP3 Server Stub supports only one mailbox consisting of one message. It always tells an e-mail client that it has one message. This message is taken from the file provided by the user. The program is a console program (runs from a command prompt).