New Papercut released!
Last year, I had introduced Papercut as a simple utility for testing email capabilities of a site or application. Since then, I've used it quite frequently and occasionally get emails from others who've also found it useful (I always appreciate those).
Tonight, I am pleased to release a new release. Although it isn't ground breaking, it fixes a few minor nuances I've had and adds some new functionality I've really been wanting.
- Added the ability to send messages on to a live email server. Get the test message in Papercut but want to see it in a live client? Can forward it on and chose which mail server to send it to and the from/to users in the SMTP commands. It doesn't alter the message, only the commands executed on the server (so it will go to the specified user).
- Ensure the window is raised to the top when you click the tray icon and it is already open.
- Changed the raw view of messages to use a fixed width font (Consolas or Courier New) and widened the default window some so a full line would fit in the main view.
- Fixed an issue with clicking the delete button too quickly. It would try to delete the same message twice and could cause an error. It will now handle rapid clicking.
- Added multiple selection in the message list so you can now do bulk deletes. Hit Ctrl-A, select all, and hit delete. Yay!
Now for the linky details: