Aspose.Email for Java is a set of Emails processing APIs to create, read and manipulate Outlook MSG, PST, EML and MHT email files from within a Java application without the need of using Microsoft Outlook.
You can not only modify the message contents but also manipulate (add/remove) message attachments. It provides you sufficient ability to customize message headers and also empowers you to completely control a message by exposing its Mapi properties.
The plugin provides following features to work with Aspose.Email for Java API within Eclipse IDE comfortably:
- Aspose.Email Maven Project – New Project wizard
- Aspose.Email Code Example – New File wizard
Aspose.Email Maven Project – wizard
By using this wizard plugin creates a Maven project for using Aspose.Email for Java from New -> Project -> Maven-> Aspose.Email Maven Project
The wizard will also give the option for downloading the latest available Code Examples for using the API.
Aspose.Email Code Example – wizard
By using this wizard plugin lets you copy the downloaded Code Examples into your project for using Aspose.Email for Java from New -> Other -> Java -> Aspose.Email Code Example
The wizard will also look for and updates for newly available Code Examples from Aspose.Email for Java examples repository.
Some other Features
- Supports latest Eclipse Mars.1 (4.5.1) versions
- Compatible with Mac, Linux Flavors and Windows
- Supports Maven
- Native IDE user experience
- Open Source
Download, Installation & Usage
The source codes & binaries of the plugin is freely hosted on following popular social coding sites:
Complete Plugin Documentation / Help
Aspose.Email Java for Eclipse (Maven) Documentation which includes complete installation, downloading and usage instructions is available at Aspose Docs.
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