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need dumb SMTP server for email testing

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I have web apps. They email users. Code uses this: smtp.myserver.com

I need to test without users being emailed. I need dumb SMTP server app instead. smtp.dumb.com (just global replace)

I prefer one that allows logging (see what was sent). Only need to be concerned with outgoing mail. I found this:http://quintanasoft.com/dumbster/
Have no idea how this could be used. (or compiled, or anything)

I have win2000 pro. App server is Websphere. I am interested in links and instruction to (free) dumb SMTP servers. Prefer one that can be run locally on win2000 pro.

Any help would be appreciated...
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by:sudhakar_koundinya
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download software from any one of these links

http://www.softstack.com/advsmtp.html

http://www.soft32.com/download_1947.html


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sudhakar
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by:Dave_Toland
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you could just open a free mail account (like wanadoo) and use the server they assign you
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by:Paullkha
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objects:
that is what I am looking for:
public class TestSunEMail extends HttpServlet {

  static final String FROM = "p@paul.com";
  static final String TO = "p@yahoo.com";

  public void doGet(HttpServletRequest req, HttpServletResponse r
try {
        SmtpClient smtp = new SmtpClient("");
        smtp.from(from);
        smtp.to(to);
}

See I don't want the emails to actually be delivered. I have tried this:
http://www.ericdaugherty.com/java/mailserver/gettingstarted.html
JES , but not working good.
Have you used  james email ?
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> Have you used  james email ?

I have but it sounds like an overkill from what you have said.
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what was wrong with the smtp server I posted?
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James is open source mail server. Beyond this what do you need??

I think points to be awarded to objects.

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Sudhakar
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