[![][1] in comparison with VSTO Outlook. [Code Comparison of Aspose.Email for .NET with VSTO][2] shows how different tasks can be performed using Aspose.Email for .NET APIs and VSTO to deal with MS Outlook. This is also helpful for those who want to migrate from VSTO Outlook.

What’s New in v1.2

  • Create Multiple Email Address
  • Delete Email Messages
  • Export Email
  • Extracting Attachment
  • Get the number of emails in the mailbox
  • Importing Email
  • Specify Mail Body Encoding

Existing Examples

  • Create a Recurring Task
  • Create a Reminder for an Appointment
  • Create a Task
  • Create an Appointment
  • Pragmatically access Outlook Contacts
  • Reading an Outlook Message (MSG) File
  • Creating an Outlook Message (MSG) File
  • Adding Attachments and HTML Text to Outlook Msg File
  • Sending Meeting Request
  • Getting List of Messages from Inbox Folder of Microsoft Exchange Server Mailbox
  • Extracting Messages from Outlook PST and Saving them to MSG
  • Creating an Outlook Contact

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[1]: https://blog.aspose.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2016/03/aspose-Email-for-net_100.png “Aspose.Email for .NET”)](https://products.aspose.com/email)We’ve added more code examples in this new release of [Aspose.Email for .NET](https://products.aspose.com/email [2]: https://docs.aspose.com/