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Aspose.Email for .NET

Aspose.Email for .NET is a collection of components for working with email from within ASP.NET web applications, web services or Windows applications. It makes it easy to work with Outlook PST, EML, MSG and MHT files.
Aspose.Email makes it easy to work with HTML or plain text emails and their attachments. It allows developers to work against SMTP, POP, FTP and Microsoft Exchange servers. It supports mail merge and iCalendar features, customized header and body, retrieving content, header information and embedded files, Twitter and much more.
Aspose.Email for .NET allows developers to focus on implementing their business logic and managing emails without having to get into the nitty-gritty of email and network programming. Our file format expertise ensures that the components are easy to use and give you the controls you need to perform your tasks.

Network programming

Aspose.Network for .NET is a free utility that supports most major network protocols and contains utility classes for common development tasks. The features in Aspose.Email and Aspose.Network were maintained as one product until September 2011.

A Complete Email Processing Solution

Aspose.Email for .NET allows you to quickly send emails using just two lines of code. With Aspose.Email for .NET you can easily create and send emails through SMTP Servers, attach embedded objects and add attachments to emails, include text and/or HTML mail body, mail merge for creating emails from a template, send bulk emails, and send iCalendar compliant appointments or meetings as well as create customized mail headers.

Microsoft Exchange Server Support

Aspose.Email for .NET supports accessing emails from Microsoft Exchange Servers. You can list messages from a folder, for example inbox, drafts, download messages and save them as EML, MDG or MHT format.
Program details
Downloads month: 2
Company: Aspose
Release date: 2011-09-04
License: Shareware
Price: $599
Supported OS': Win2000, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, WinVista, WinXP
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