MailBee.NET Objects 7.3 script

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  • Version: 7.3
  • File size: 0 KB
  • File name: net-email-components
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  • Platform: Windows
  • Company: Afterlogic (View more)

MailBee.NET Objects 7.3 script description:




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MailBee.NET Objects  bring e-mail support to your .NET applications in a few lines of code.

MailBee.NET Objects is a set of robust and feature-rich .NET components for creating, sending, receiving, and processing e-mails. Packed with "must-have" and unique features, these components help developers add even sophisticated e-mail functionality into their applications quickly and easily.

Written in 100% managed code, MailBee.NET Objects only require the .NET framework be installed on the computer.

MailBee.NET Objects can be used in any .NET language including C# and VB.NET. Both .NET 1.1 and .NET 2.0 are supported.

MailBee.NET Objects fully support POP3, IMAP, SMTP, ESMTP, TLS/SSL, MIME, XML, HTML, and MHTML. No knowledge of these standards is required of developers, however.

MailBee.NET Objects Features:

Smtp Object Features
- Can send any MailMessage object as e-mail
- Can send to relay SMTP server or perform DNS MX lookup and send without relay server
- UNIQUESupports backup SMTP/DNS servers and server farms for reliable and faster sending large volumes of e-mails
- Send messages with a single line of code (QuickSend)
- Can submit messages to IIS SMTP queue
- Multi-threaded sending (up to 60 threads)
- Supports secure TLS/SSL connections out-of-box (supports Gmail, etc)
- PIPELINING for faster send
- DSN (Delivery Status Notifications)
- ESMTP authentication (LOGIN, PLAIN, CRAM-MD5, NTLM)
- POP-before-SMTP authentication
- UNIQUEWindows Integrated Authentication (authenticate using the current Windows user credentials)
- User-defined authentication methods
- Track accepted and refused recipients
- Test send without actual sending for email address verification
- Automatic detection and use of ESMTP extensions (EHLO)
- Logging send-mail session into a file or memory
- Send user-defined commands to the server
- Can be placed on the form or created in the code
Pop3 Object Features
- Download entire messages
- Download headers only
- UNIQUE Download messages/headers in PIPELINING mode - can boost performance up to 1000%
- UNIQUE Download messages with a single line of code (QuickDownloadMessage)
- Delete messages
- Supports secure TLS/SSL connections out-of-box (supports Gmail, etc)
- Secure authentication (APOP, CRAM-MD5, NTLM)
- UNIQUEWindows Integrated Authentication (authenticate using the current Windows user credentials)
- User-defined authentication methods
- Automatic detection and use of POP extensions (CAPA)
- Logging POP3 session into a file or memory
- Returns e-mails as MailMessage objects which can be interchanged with other objects (Smtp, etc)
- Send user-defined commands to the server
- Rich set of events and asynchronous processing options
- Can be placed on the form or created in the code
Imap Object Features
- Download entire messages, headers only, envelopes, or anything else which can be returned by IMAP's FETCH command
- Download and manage folders (international folder names fully supported)
- Supports secure TLS/SSL connections out-of-box (supports Gmail, etc)
- Upload a message in a folder
- Copy messages between folders
- UNIQUE Move messages between folders
- UNIQUE Obtain UID of uploaded/copied/moved messages if the server supports UIDPLUS
- Delete messages
- Examine and set message flags
- Expunge (i.e. purge) deleted messages
- UNIQUE Expunge specific deleted messages
- Search messages
- Secure authentication (CRAM-MD5, NTLM)
- UNIQUE Windows Integrated Authentication (authenticate using the current Windows user credentials)
- User-defined authentication methods
- UNIQUE Get account quota and used space size if the server supports QUOTA
- Automatic detection and use of IMAP capabilities
- UNIQUE Faster upload if the server supports LITERAL
- UNIQUE Can tolerate incorrectly formatted responses from the server (keeping the application informed if this happens)
- Provides methods for converting IMAP strings, dates, international folder names, etc
- Logging IMAP session into a file or memory
- Returns e-mails as MailMessage objects which can be interchanged with other objects (Smtp, etc)
- Send user-defined commands to the server
- Rich set of events and asynchronous processing options
- Can be placed on the form or created in the code
MailMessage Object Features
- Used by Smtp object as outgoing e-mail
- Returned by Pop3 object as incoming e-mail
- Multiple recipients (To/CC/BCC)
- Multiple attachments
- Mail merge
- Easy access to plain-text and HTML body
- Full support of international encodings and charsets
- Can extract attachments from MS-TNEF (winmail.dat) files
- Access to every MIME part
- Access to all message headers
- Access to message timestamps ("Received:" headers)
- UNIQUEConversion from HTML to plain-text and vice versa including high-lighting of URIs, images, quotations, etc
- UNIQUEFull support of creating and displaying HTML messages with embedded pictures in desktop and web applications
- UNIQUEAccess forwarded messages (GetEncapsulatedMessage)
- Forward message as attachment
- Import HTML file or web page into e-mail
- Import & export message data from/into memory, file and stream
- Serialize into XML and deserialize from XML
- Base64 and Quoted-Printable
- Confirm Read & Confirm Receipt
- Reply-To, Priority, Importance, Sensitivity, etc
Changes:
- New Security.Smime component and classes related to certificate management
- New Html.Processor component for advanced processing of HTML documents
- Mail merge over database in Smtp class
- DNX MX query cache
- Proxy support
- Ability to keep already downloaded messages on download error
- IMAP IDLE and SORT extensions
- Global.SafeMode property useful for debugging
- Full 64-bit Windows support
- Native .NET Framework 2.0 support (.NET 1.1 compatible DLL is available too)
- Vista-compatible installer

MailBee.NET Objects 7.3 is a script for Email Systems scripts design by Afterlogic. It runs on following operating system: Windows.
bring e-mail support to your .NET applications in a few lines of code.

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