Check your received email messages by turning to this simplified SMTP server created only to receive messages without having to resend them
What’s new in Papercut 5.8.0:
- Moved to .NET Framework 4.7.2
- Upgraded to latest dependencies (Caliburn Micro, Autofac, MahApps)
- Fixed: Window sizes weren’t binding properly.
- Converted system to Async.
Read the full changelog
Papercut is a lightweight, dedicated software solution that was designed to help computer users check on their email inboxes in order to help them verify received messages without having to resend them in the first place.
The application was developed to be a simplistic SMTP server whose purpose is only to receive email messages (therefore it can’t be used to send emails) with a GUI (Graphic User Interface), allowing you to see received content without over-complicating things.
This program does not enforce any restrictions on email addresses, meaning that it just fetches the message and allows you to view it on your computer. Papercut is only active when launched, but you can also minimize it to your system tray if you want it out of the view, but still running in the background.
Whenever the utility detects that a new email message has been received, a balloon notification message pops on your screen and lets you know about it. Rules can be used in order to help you forward or relay e-mails faster.
Deploying the application on the target computer can be accomplished without significant efforts, seeing as you’re only supposed to launch the installer and follow the on-screen instructions provided by the integrated wizard component, as the rest of the process is carried out automatically.
- .NET Framework v4
Papercut 5.8.0 for Windows