Add Contacts, Notes, Tasks, Journal, and Calendar to PST using C#
Aspose.Email for .NET 2.9.0 has been released with a number of new features and bug fixes.
Did you ever want Aspose.Email to provide support for adding contacts, notes, tasks, calendar and journal items to PST files in the same way that you add messages? This month’s release brings you all these features. We now support adding MapiContact, MapiNote, MapiTask, MapiJournal and MapiCalendar to PST.
In this month’s release we’ve also fixed some important issues related to email conversion to MHTML, saving image from a VCard, processing ICS files, creating PSTs with a large number of email messages, saving attachments from message using stream and some exceptions.
PST Operations & MapiCalendar Items Extraction from PST are Improved
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Email for Java 2.4.0. This month’s release addresses a number of important bug fixes related to PST operations that were observed while copying bulk of MapiMessages from one PST to another; and extraction of MapiCalendar items from a PST. In addition, issues with recurrence rules of Appointmnet/Meeting objects have now been fixed as well in this new version.
To get further details about what’s new & fixed, read the release notes by visiting the Aspose.
Save Calendar Entries in PST File as ICS Format using C#
We are pleased to announce the release of a new version of Aspose.Network for .NET. In this version we added support for exporting calendar items in PST file to ICS format. Saving calendar items as MSG was already available, now with ICS export, you can add or synchronize these calendar items with any other application that understands the common ICS format.
We also added some new methods in our ExchangeWebServiceClient class and provided bug fixes.