A dangerous and probably broken SMTP proxy that attempts to keep you sane
An SMTP proxy built around inbox.py which attempts to maintain some sanity as your servers begin to send thousands of emails just cause.
The basic premise is emails from a given server or process will happen, but all 1300 aren’t really necessary right this instant. god forbid if you pay by the smtp delivery.
pip install opstacle
opstacle is configured only by environment variables, and our contestants are:
- Most messages will be simply relayed without modification, but we need our own name when we send rolled up emails
- Sample Value: “Opstacle firstname.lastname@example.org”
- Interval to keep counters when messages have been sent, in seconds
- Sample Value: 30
- Max number of messages to send in a given OPSTACLE_INTERVAL
- Sample Value: 5
“Fake” SMTP server (where opstacle will listen)
- Sample Value: “127.0.0.1”
- Sample Value: 9025
“Real” SMTP server
- Sample Value: “email@example.com”
- Sample Value: “stopTheInsanity”
- Sample Value: “smtp.opstacle.org”
- Sample Value: “587”
Once installed, opstacle can be invoked by calling opstacle.
Logs are spit directly to YOU! Right there on STDOUT, and no you can’t turn them down
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