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The indymilter-test library provides facilities for testing milter programs. It can be used to simulate the MTA side of an MTA–milter conversation during integration testing.
This library was originally created for testing milters written using the
indymilter library. However, it contains a general milter client
implementation, and can be used for testing any milter at all. For example, it
could be used as a replacement for the
miltertest utility from the OpenDKIM
For now, this library is released as a ‘minimum viable product’. It is being used successfully in a number of projects, but the API is still lacking in good ergonomics, and diagnostics leave something to be desired. Consider it a sharp tool: you must be familiar with how SMTP client and server talk to each other and how that maps to an MTA–milter conversation, and use the library API accordingly.
Include indymilter-test in the
[dev-dependencies] section of
As mentioned above, using the library API requires some expertise in the milter protocol. The following are some helpful resources on indymilter-test usage:
- API documentation
- Example test
- sendmail milter documentation: For a detailed description of the milter
protocol, see the original sendmail milter documentation. It can be found in
your distro’s sendmail package (for example, on Debian and Ubuntu at
- indymilter trace logging: When testing a milter written using indymilter, install a tracing subscriber and enable logging at trace level for insights into milter operation.
The minimum supported Rust version is 1.65.0.
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