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Yahoo is opening their e-mail system APIs to third party developers recently. Furthermore, he also anounced the unlimited storage for Yahoo!Mail previously.
What it shows is that we are getting another cheap storage on the cyber-world. Wow, it’s Cool. You can save all of your emails to Yahoo without warry about the storage. Files, documents, pictures, almost anything can be uploaded without limitation.
How do you think if we create Aspose.Network.Yahoo which leverages the unlimited Yahoo!Mail storage. .NET developers just use … Continue Reading
We just updated the Setup package for Aspose.Network.
- Hotfix for the problem of reading Outlook message file
- Demo for Pop3 and Imap protocol are included.
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We’ve released Aspose.Network 3.1.
What’s new in this release:
- Automatically detect authentication methods for sending E-Mail with SmtpClient (SMTP protocol implement)
- Automatically detect authentication methods for ImapClient (IMAP protocol implement)
- Automatically detect authentication methods for Pop3Client (POP3 protocol implement)
- NET 2.0 optimized dll
- Fixed partially trusted issue
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We’ve released Aspose.AdHoc 1.5.4!
- New Property named “ShowAllFieldsInOrderBY” was introduced, it allows you to show all fields in the OrderBy page if True or show only the selected fields if false.
- Add new property named “SortFieldsOnLoad”, the component will sort the fields automatically if True.
- Fix the bug in parsing filterSQL,refers to: http://www.aspose.com/Community/forums/thread/55247.aspx
We’ve released the Aspose.Network 3.0.1 hotfix.
In this hotfix, we fixed a bug in parsing Outlook Message file (*.msg), which contains the unicode encoding characters in the mail header.
It is a Must Be update for Aspose.Network 3.0
Aspose.Network 3.0.0.0818 will crash in parsing the outlook message file with unicode mail header content, throwing out an exception as following:
System.ArgumentException was unhandled
Message=”Media type is not valid.
Parameter name: mediaType”
http://www.aspose.com/Community/forums/thread/55741.aspx… Continue Reading
One of the major scenarios for email solution is to send out thousands of messages or newsletters to customers. It is a little bit difficult task for developers to work out such an email solution on a tight schedule, for the complex network programming and complicated business requirement.
We know the troubles in such case, and always try to eliminate them. In the Aspose.Network 3.0, the E-Mail message bulk sending is greately improved, for the introducing multi-threading, and template-based mail merge.
Moreover, Another … Continue Reading
Aspose.Network 3.0 is the next major official release version of our comprehensive network programming components.
Here is what’s new in Aspose.Network 3.0:
- Unique Object Model for E-Mail creating and parsing functions. The MailMessage class provides the unique and simple entry for creating and parsing E-Mail messages.
//Load outlook message format file (*.msg) to MailMessage instance
MailMessage message = MailMessage.Load(@”../message.msg”, MessageFormat.Msg);
SmtpClient client = new SmtpClient(“localhost”,”test001″, “test”);
//Send the message via Smtp
- Enhanced IMAP component for adding more
Aspose.Network 3.0 makes it simpler and easier to create E-Mail newsletter or subscription solutions. A new sophisticated E-Mail Template Engine is embeded, which provides lots of cool features and function and greatly reduce the the programming works.
Top Features in MailMerge:
- The First Email Component supports using Customer Defined Function in the template. For example, you can register a TemplateRoutine, and use it in the template file.
- Creates E-mail template from file
- Creates E-mail template from MailMessage instance
Aspose.Network 3.0 Beta , version 3.0.0.0807, is available.
What’s New in Aspose.Network 3.0 Beta
- High compatible with .NET 2.0 E-Mail APIs, and Work fine under .NET 1.1 and .NET 2.0 frameworks. Therefore, .NET developers can easily migrate their E-Mail applications.
// Command line argument must the the SMTP host.
SmtpClient client = new SmtpClient(“localhost”, “test001”, “test”);
// Specify the e-mail sender.
// Create a mailing address that includes a UTF8 character
// in the display name.
We’ve released Aspose.AdHoc 184.108.40.206.
- Fix: No display in the dropdown list while contains DBNull value(Refers:http://www.aspose.com/Community/forums/thread/52538.aspx)
- Supports parsing select SQL statments like “SELECT * …”(Refers:http://www.aspose.com/Community/forums/thread/53625.aspx)