We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Email for .NET 5.2.0 that includes new features, enhancements and a number of functionality improvements. With this month’s release, you can now send DKIM signed emails. We have also provided the facility to fetch message size from Exchange server before the whole message is fetched. For a complete list of improvements, please visit our product download page. Our documentation article, Public API changes in Aspose.Email for .NET 5.2.0, contains a list of all the changes that are part of this release.
This month’s release introduces a number of enhancements to meet user needs. These are explained in the following sections of the blog.
Creation of DKIM Signed Emails
This month’s release provides the feature of signing email messages with DKIM (Domain Keys Identified Mail) that enables organizations to take responsibility for the message that is in transit. A digital signature is added to the email message headers using the user defined private keys. The API’s MailMessage class provides the method DKIMSign that uses the Crypto Service Provider and DKIM Signature Info for signing the message. Once signed, the message can be sent using the API’s SMTP as well as Exchange Clients.
Pre-Fetch Message Size
Outlook InterOp provides the feature of retrieving message size before actually fetching the complete message from the Exchange server. In case of Aspose.Email API, the summary information retrieved from Exchange server is represented by ExchangeMessageInfo class and represents the only information that is fetched before actually retrieving the whole message. This month’s release enhances the functionality provided by this class to fetch message size as well before the complete message is fetched from the server. This information is represented by the Size property of the class.
Using Encoding in ImapQueryBuilder
We have also enhanced the ImapQueryBuilder for specifying search string encoding while listing messages from IMAP server. This helps querying the strings that are, for example, in Unicode format and were not supported earlier. An example is Turkish characters such as ğüşıöç.
This month’s release also fixes a number of bugs that were discovered by our valued customers while working with our API. We have fixed them all, resulting in improved API functionality. Some of these include:
- Issues related to TNEF messages sending via SMTP and Exchange clients
- Encoding issues while converting messages to other formats
- Issues related to PST during exporting messages
- Exceptions while listing messages from IMAP client, loading certain message files, converting messages to TIFF and Exchange Server
As always, we welcome your feedback about the new release. Please feel free to contact us for your queries on Aspose.Email forum.