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SMTPViewer was originally designed for the IT sector. We realised that e-mail capability was the one common communication platform build into most hardware devices & software programs.

Product Details

Reads alert mails from your network and warns you when keywords are matched. Also monitors expected e-mails not arriving.

Contact Details


Founded in 2014

Located in South Africa

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Starting Price

  • $5.00/month
  • Our price is based on the number of e-mail monitors for a specific time.


  • Installed - Mac
  • Cloud, SaaS, Web
  • Installed - Windows
  • Mobile - iOS Native
  • Mobile - Android Native


  • In Person
  • Live Online
  • Webinars
  • Documentation


  • Online

SMTPViewer Features

Data Recovery
Email Archiving
Email Monitoring
Queue Manager
Response Management
Shared Inboxes
Signature Management
Spam Blocker
Whitelisting / Blacklisting

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Lee R.
It Manager
Telecommunications, 201-500 employees
Used the software for: 1-2 years
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Source: Capterra
November 17, 2016

“No more sleepless nights worrying about backups”

OverallAs an IT Manager I receive about 100 reporting e-mails daily from my companies network devices. I just don't have the time to read all these e-mails. Luckily I found . The best feature is you can set a time out value lets say 24 hours for daily backup jobs expected status e-mails to arrive . If nothing is received you get a warning.
ProsThe ease of use. The developers seems to like simplicity . The dashboard is simple . If its Red you have problems and very important no complicated graphs clogging the screen.
ConsThere is not much to dislike.
Recommendations to other buyersIf you looking for a tool to ensure you don't get any nasty surprises this is the one. It works like this invisible extra person watching over the network. Extremely helpful and you can easily use it in conjunction with complicate system monitor tools like Nagios.
Source: Capterra
November 17, 2016