Email Sender Tool

Email Sender is a tool that helps you troubleshoot problems with your email server. It allows you to send emails to any SMTP server and will display the communication log, which is very helpful.


  • Click here to download this tool.
  • Extract the zipped file in the same folder where you have installed Xeams
  • Double click EmailSender.bat to run it
  • Specify at least one recipient, a subject and some content
  • Click the Sender tab and specify a value for an SMTP server. This can either be Xeams, Exchange or any other server.
  • Select the tab for SMTP Log and click Send Email
  • You should see the SMTP communication log in on the screen


Usage Tip

Leave the SMTP Server field blank to let Email Sender find the correct SMTP server using MX lookup.

Usage Tip

You will need Java Runtime (JRE) if you plan to use this on a computer that does not have Xeams installed.

Running Email Sender without GUI

It is often useful to run this app without GUI, particularly on Linux. Use the following steps to accomplish this task.

  • Open Terminal on your Linux or establish an SSH connection to your Linux machine
  • Change directory to the folder where EmailSender.jar is located. For example, /opt/EmailSender
  • Run the following commmand:
    java -jar EmailSender.jar -console
  • This will display a help file containing all the command line parameters

Example 1

java -jar EmailSender.jar -console -subject hello -recipient -sender -srv -useJM false
The above example will send an email from to through as the SMTP server. It will also display the SMTP conversation log on the console window.


When connecting to an SMTP server on the Internet, you may have to specify a fully qualified domain name (FQDN) in the SMTP HELO greeting. Some remote SMTP servers may disconnect the socket if this value is not correctly specified. Email Sender tries to determine FQDN of the machine where it is running. However, many computers are configured to return FQDN for their hostnames. This causes an incorrect value in the HELO greeting.

Use the following command line to explicitly specify a FQDN for HELO greeting.

java -jar EmailSender.jar


This tool is designed to slow down the email flow once the number of recipients go beyond 10. This is done to prevent someone from misusing this tool for spamming.