Convert OFT Files to HTML in Java

MS Outlook uses OFT as a template format to create layouts for the emails. The template can be preformatted and populated with the content dynamically for creating custom messages. In some instances, you may get the OFT files and need to convert them to HTML format programmatically. To achieve that, this article shows how to convert an OFT file to HTML in Java.
April 12, 2022 · 2 min · Usman Aziz

Send a Word Document as Email in Java

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.
April 26, 2021 · 2 min · Usman Aziz

Set Participation Status of Appointment Attendees in a Meeting using Java

Aspose.Email for Java 18.3 has been released. This release introduces a new feature of setting the participation status of meeting attendees. It also brings further stability to API functionality by fixing issues that were reported with earlier versions of the API. For complete details on what is new and fixed, please visit the release notes section of API documentation. Set Participant Status for Meeting in Reply Message This release of Aspose.
March 31, 2018 · 1 min · Kashif Iqbal

Read, Manipulate and Convert EML, MHT, MSG Email Messages using Aspose.Email Java API Maven Plugin inside Eclipse IDE

Aspose has released New Plugin for the Eclipse IDE. This Plugin is intended for developers using Maven platform for Java developments and want to use Aspose.Email for Java API in their projects. Aspose.Email for Java is a set of Emails processing APIs to create, read and manipulate Outlook MSG, PST, EML and MHT email files from within a Java application without the need of using Microsoft Outlook. You can not only modify the message contents but also manipulate (add/remove) message attachments.
April 29, 2016 · 2 min · Ali Salman