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Robyn Reynolds
Robyn Reynolds
2,197 Points

If you were testing email on behalf of a client - would you insert your own email initially to test?

If you were testing email on behalf of a client - would you insert your own email initially to test? Or would you use their email throughout the process and have them check?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
210,443 Points

I always use my own email until I'm certain all functional issues are resolved. I don't want the client involved in my development cycle.

When it's in good shape and ready for delivery, I'd put in their address so the operation can be demonstrated to them.