The presentation of the emails’ body is one of the important factors to engage the readers. Therefore, emails are well formatted using headings, subheadings, tables, images, and etc. However, most of the built-in email editors do not provide advanced formatting options. In order to tackle this limitation, this article covers how to compose your emails using Word documents as email body in C#.
- C# APIs to Import Word Document to Email
- Steps to Send Word Document in Email Body in C#
- Complete Source Code
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C# APIs to Import Word Document to Email
In order to import the content from a Word document, we’ll use Aspose.Words for .NET API. Whereas, to compose and send the email, we’ll leverage the capabilities of Aspose.Email for .NET. Both of the above-mentioned APIs can either be downloaded as DLL or installed via NuGet.
Install via NuGet
PM> Install-Package Aspose.Words PM> Install-Package Aspose.Email
Send Word Document in Email Body using C#
2. Load the MHTML from the MemoryStream object to Aspose.Email.MailMessage object and set subject, to and from fields of the email.
3. Set up SMTP client using Aspose.Email.Clients.Smtp.SmtpClient class and send the email.
The following is the complete source code of importing MS Word document as an email body using C#.
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In this article, you have learned how to import a Word document as an email body using C#. Furthermore, the code sample has shown how to send the composed email message using an SMTP client. You can explore more about the APIs being used in the article by visiting the following documentations.