Category Archive: Aspose.Email Product Family
Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) is a commonly used protocol for retrieving messages from the email servers. In order to access the mailbox from your client applications, you would first need to establish a connection with the IMAP server. To achieve this, this article covers how to connect to an IMAP server using Java. Furthermore, you will learn how to use SOCKS or HTTP proxy and connect to an SSL-enabled IMAP server programmatically.
Emails are the primary source of communication over the internet, and in the majority of cases, the layout and formatting of the emails is important. However, the majority of the email clients do not provide the enhanced formatting options required for designing high-quality email content. In such cases, a well-formatted Word document can be used in the body of the email. In this article, you will learn how to send a Word document as the body of the email using C++.
Email messages are often required to be converted to HTML format to embed them within the web pages. In order to automate this conversion, in this article, you will learn how to convert emails to HTML using Python. Particularly, the article will cover how to convert EML or MSG email files to HTML pages.
Automated emails are commonly used to send notifications or other messages to subscribers. Also, various emails are triggered based on the actions or behavior of the users. In order to implement email automation, this article covers how to create and send emails programmatically in Python.
The SMTP is a commonly used email protocol to send emails from the client applications to the email servers. Before communicating with an SMTP server, you need to establish a connection. In this article, you will learn how to connect to an SMTP server programmatically using Java. Furthermore, the article will cover how to connect to the SMTP servers via SOCKS or HTTP proxies.
Contacts are an essential part of any email client as they facilitate the user by remembering all their contacts, similar to the contacts on your smartphone. Outlook contacts store a lot of information regarding a person, such as their name, address, contact number, email address, etc. These contacts can be stored in MSG and VCF formats. You might find yourself in scenarios where you need to create or alter MSG or VCF contacts programmatically. For that, this article will teach you how to work with MSG and VCF contacts using C++.
In most cases, emails are sent in a well-formatted layout following a particular template. However, various email editors do not provide the enhanced formatting options. In such cases, you can create a message in a Word document and use it as an email body. In this article, you will learn how to send an MS Word document as an email body using Java.
In certain cases, you may need to read and parse EML or MSG email messages from within your applications. In order to do it programmatically, this article shows how to extract information from the email messages in Java. Particularly, you will learn how to read email's subject, to, from, body, and header information.