Working with Calendar files is an inevitable part in the proccess of programming any calendar app. They help users manage their time effectively, keep up with currect events, and, overall, be diligent in performing their duties. With our advanced Aspose.Email .NET library, developers can implement this capability easily. In this article, we will explore the notion of calendar items and their usability, learn to create, read and save Calendar ICS files, work with recurring events using C# .NET
Add calendar items to PST, get Exchange version info and other improvements
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Email for .NET 2.0.0. In this release, we have included some valuable new features, enhancements to existing features and resolution of the reported issues. One of the new features is the ability to retrieve Exchange Server version information. We have also introduced a mechanism for retrieving several MAPI properties from a PST file, for example PR_ENTRYID and PR_STORE_ENTRYID. Another new feature is the ability to insert calendar items into PST files.