Sending Outlook Task Requests supported with Aspose.Email for .NET 4.9.0

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We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Email for .NET 4.9.0 that comes with a number of enhancements and bug fixes. With the release of this month’s versions, users can now send tasks requests using the API and remove MAPI properties from a Message as well as attachment. To get detailed information about what is new and fixed, please visit the product download page.  You may also visit the Public API Changes section of our documentation to get further information about the changes in the API.

Enhancements

This month’s release of Aspose.Email for .NET  includes the following enhancements:

Sending Task Request Using Aspose.Email: Microsoft Outlook allows creating a Task that can be sent to recipients for assignment. Aspose.Email already supports creating, saving and reading Outlook Tasks as can be seen in our documentation article. This month’s release further enriches the feature by allowing user to create and send a Task Request using Exchange Web Service (EWS) and SMTP clients. See more here.

Provision of Removing Mapi Properties from Messages and Attachments: Aspose.Email has the capability of adding as well as reading Mapi properties from Outlook messages and attachments. With this month’s release, the API now provides additional support for removing Mapi properties from Outlook MSG and message attachments. See More

Bug Fixes

This month’s release also fixes a number of bugs related to various functionalities of the API which further adds to the stability of the API. These include:

  • Exception raised while retrieving contacts from Exchange server
  • Encoding issues while message conversion to MHTML
  • Issues related to voting buttons representation at receiver’s end
  • Wrong appointment count while listing appointments from Exchange Server

Message contents disturbance during message conversion to other formats