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    Mail server

    I am preparing to test a mail server and we use Segue products, has anyone done this before? I am testing an opt in email project and working the front end has completed fine, I just want to load test this back end functionality. could anyone who has used segue products for this purpose before point me in the right direction. thanks

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    Re: Mail server

    For testing the back end, you should probably use SilkPerformer. It has many SMTP/POP3 function calls built in. IMAP is also possible. Totally different ball-of-wax mind you!

 

 

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