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I'm not sure on this (although I know a pretty fair amount about e-mail services) but you might be able to loopback an SMTP server and client (like Mercury Mail). You might have to use hosts file entries as you will need 'servernames' such as mail.blahblahblah.local to pick up the mail from. You would use the XAMMP sendmail.exe in mail_function in php.ini (search for help on that in this forum or check my post viewtopic.php?f=16&t=41163
) and you would need to configure Mercury as an SMTP and POP server -- then use a standard e-mail client like Thunderbird or Zimbra to pickup the mail.
see this video, it seems to be what you are after =http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QnfF64rA78
I don't use Mercury, so I am unfamiliar with its configuration, I use hMail (another free -- and very powerful -- Windows Mailserver. Its an excellent scalable solution that has great support in their forums (thanks Doom)http://www.hmailserver.com/
You could Google loopback mail, too ---
Good Luck with your project.