We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Email for Android via Java 17.8. After the renaming of the API from Aspose.Email for Android to Aspose.Email for Android via Java, this is the first monthly release of the API that we will publish now every month. You can refer to the release notes section of API documentation for getting an idea about the changes included in this month’s release.
Upgradation to the Latest Version of Aspose.Email for Java
Aspose.Email for Andorid via Java API is powered by Aspose.Email for Java API at its back. The renaming of this API was meant for a strong reason where we intended to bring it at par with the latest version of Aspose.Email for Java. This month’s release now achieves that goal where the API is at par with respective Java API other than than support for protocols section. Thus, the API now provides all the latest functionality and improvements that are part of the Java API.
API Differences and Limitations
Aspose.Email for Android via Java has some limitations as compared to Aspose.Email for Java API. The API doesn’t support protocols, including:
- Exchange Server (WebDav as well as EWS)
Other than these, the API provides all the functionality that is part of Aspose.Email for Java. These include:
- Working with Mime and Outlook Messages
- Manipulating message attachements
- Support for Microsoft OST and PST file formats
- Working with TNEF messages
- Conversion of messages to a number of formats including HTML, MSG, EML, EMLx, MHTML
- Working with Outlook Contacts, Notes, Distribution items, Tasks and Calendar Items
You can refer to Aspose.Email for Java API for consulting documentation, code samples and API reference guide. The API documentation has been updated for this purpose with relevant links are also mentioned as follow.
- Aspose.Email for Java Documentation
- API Reference Guide
- Aspose.Email for Android via Java Release Notes
- Aspose.Email Forum