Starting with WAMP, it allows developers to setup site in their local machine just like we setup on dev or production server. I've installed WAMP in my "C:\" drive. After installing WAMP, we get a directory called "C:\wamp\www" which we can directly access using "http://localhost" and any files and directory inside it by appending that to localhost. Suppose I've example as a directory in my "C:\wamp\www" directory so I can access it using my web-browser directly with "http://localhost/example".
Now a days there are always tasks which require email notification, such examples are notify user on account creation, periodic notification for activities done by user, notify user on submission of form, etc. There are lots of other cases where you need to test the email and its content. In this post I'll be telling how can we send an email from our localhost.