Welcome to the official documentation for Mailsac, the disposable email service built for developers.
Mailsac accepts nearly all email, like a fake SMTP server. You can fetch and manage email using simple REST APIs, WebSockets, and Webhooks; route mail to Slack, or check it with POP3.
Newcomers may want to look at the :ref:`introduction page <about_intro>` to get an overview of what Mailsac has to offer.
Table of Contents
.. toctree:: :maxdepth: 1 :caption: General :name: sec-general about/introduction about/faq
.. toctree:: :maxdepth: 1 :caption: REST API Examples :name: sec-api_examples: api_examples/index
.. toctree:: :maxdepth: 1 :caption: Use and Integration of Mailsac :name: sec-services services/api_calls/api_calls services/message_storage/message_storage services/attachments services/email_hosting services/webhook/webhook services/websocket/websocket services/forwarding/forwarding services/sending_mail/sending_mail services/reading_mail/reading_mail services/mailredirect services/slack_webhook/slack_webhook services/email_capture/email_capture services/custom_domains/custom_domains services/private_addresses/private_addresses services/email_validation/email_validation
.. toctree:: :maxdepth: 1 :caption: Help :name: sec-Help help/missing_mail help/throttling help/recent_activity/recent_activity help/dns_verification/dns_verification help/account_management/account_management help/account_management/credential_management about/contact_and_support about/privacy_policy about/terms_of_service