There could be various scenarios when you need to embed the content of the emails within your web or desktop applications. In such cases, you can convert the email messages into a format that can easily be embedded and displayed. One of the possible solutions is email to PDF conversion. This article provides a step by step guide and code sample of how to convert an email message to PDF using C#.
Microsoft Exchange Server is a platform that lets you manage contacts, emails, calendars, schedules and provides several collaboration features. With MS Exchange Server, you can deploy your own mail server without relying on third parties. MS Exchange Server can also be accessed from within your web, desktop, or mobile applications via web services. Thus, you can perform the mailing and calendering operations in your applications. In this article, you are going to learn how to connect to an Exchange Server and read emails using C#.
In the previous article, you have seen how to create MS Outlook emails including MSG, EML, and EMLX programmatically using C++. In this post, you’ll learn how to send Outlook emails from within C++ applications. The emails can be created on the runtime or loaded from already saved email files such as .msg, .emlx, or etc. C++ Email LibrarySend Outlook Emails using in C++Send Outlook Emails with Alternate View using C++Create and Send Bulk Emails using C++Send Emails as TNEF… Continue Reading
Email Automation is quite popular these days for generating and sending emails automatically from within the web or desktop applications. It is being used for sending important notifications, documents, newsletters, and various kinds of other messages. In order to develop an automated email system, Aspose facilitates the developers with its email API – Aspose.Email. Today, I’m going to pick up the C++ variant of Aspose.Email and show you how to create Outlook emails using C++. C++ Email LibraryCreate an Outlook… Continue Reading
Aspose.Email for Java is a powerful email processing API that provides all the basic as well as advanced features for email management. It allows you to create Outlook email messages, read existing emails, and convert MSG, EML, PST, OST, MBOX, and MHT messages to other formats from within your Java applications. In this article, I’ll demonstrate some basic yet important features of how to create and send Outlook emails using Java. I am going to cover the following features of… Continue Reading
In this blog, you will learn how to create Outlook email messages (including MSG, EML, EMLX, or MHTML) and send emails synchronously or asynchronously using C# in .NET or .NET Core. The email has become a primary source of exchanging messages and sharing content such as documents, images, or other types of files. The frequency of using emails is more within the online systems for sharing important notifications or documents with multiple entities. In such cases, preparing a template and… Continue Reading
Hello firends! in today’s blog, I am going to introduce you to what new features have been included in Aspose.Email 19.8. The API has been published for both .NET and Java and having same features sets. This way, the users of both API’s can make use of new features irrespective of application and platform type. In following sections, I will shed some light on new features available in API and how to use them. Working with Zimbra Zimbra is an… Continue Reading
Hello firends! in today’s blog, I am going to introduce you to what new features have been included in Aspose.Email 19.5. As always, Aspose team has published both .NET and Java based API having same features sets simultaneously. This way, the users of both API’s can make use of new features irrespective of application and platform type. In following sections, I will shed some light on new features available in API and how to use them. Getting OLM Folder path… Continue Reading
Hello Guys! In today’s blog, I am going to give you walk through of many new exciting features and enhancements carried out in latest Aspose.Email 19.4. The best thing about Aspose team is that it publishes both .NET and Java based API having same features sets every month simultaneously. This way, the users of both API’s can make use of new features irrespective of application and platform type. In following sections, I will shed some light on new features available… Continue Reading