Automatically Clean Metadata from Word Documents in Outlook Attachments before Sending an Email from Microsoft Outlook
Aspose.Words Metadata Cleaner is a metadata removal tool that protects organizations from accidental information and metadata leaks. Unintentional leaks have the potential to embarrass or negatively impact a company’s financial well-being. Aspose.Words Metadata Cleaner integrates tightly with Outlook to ensure all hidden metadata is removed from documents sent from an organization. It works in the background before sending an email, Verify all Word attachments in the email and clean all built-in and custom properties from these attachments.
Read, Create, Manipulate and Send/Receive Outlook Email Messages (PST, EML, EMLX, MHT, MSG) using Aspose.Email Java API Maven Plugin for IntelliJ IDEA
New Plugin - Aspose.Email Java for IntelliJ IDEA (Maven) v.184.108.40.206 released! Aspose releases New IntelliJ IDEA Plugin for comfortably working with the reliable Outlook Email messages file types processing API – Aspose.Email for Java.
The plugin is aimed at Java developers who need to manipulate Outlook email file formats using Aspose.Email for Java API in Maven based java projects within the IntelliJ IDEA. The plugin allows developers easily create Java applications to create, read and manipulate Outlook MSG, PST, EML, EMLX and MHT messages without the need of using Microsoft Outlook.
Distribution Lists Now Supported by Aspose.Email for Java 3.0
Aspose.Email for Java 3.0 has been released with a number of bug fixes and a new feature.
Microsoft Outlook offers capability to create contact distribution lists in a PST. This feature was lagging in our API until this month’s release. We are pleased to share that creating and reading distribution lists in PST is now supported by Aspose.Email. Users can access contact distribution lists from the contacts folder with a check on the message class which should be IPM.
Delete contacts from Exchange Server and create distribution lists with Aspose.Email for .NET 3.0
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Email for Java 3.0.0 which includes a number of new features and bug fixes.
Adding and retrieving MapiContacts to/from Exchange server using ExchangeWebService has been part of our API for some time. This month’s release introduces a new feature for deleting contacts from an Exchange Server using EWS.
Microsoft Outlook offers capability to create contacts distribution lists in a PST. This feature was lagging in our API until this month’s release.
Adding Contacts, Notes, Tasks, Journal and Calendar to PST Supported by Aspose.Email for Java 2.9.0
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Email for Java 2.9.0 that includes a number of new features and bug fixes.
As Aspose.Email for Java is autoported from its equivalent .NET version, any new feature implemented in the .NET version is available automatically in the ported Java version. Aspose.Email for Java 2.9.0 now supports adding contacts, notes, tasks, calendar, and journal items to PST files in the same way as messages are added to PST.
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 improved in Aspose.Email for .NET 2.8.0
Aspose.Email for .NET 2.8.0 has been released with a number of important bug fixes.
This release is a maintenance release that fixes various issues related to PST and other email conversion operations. It has fixed issues related to PST operations including extracting messages from PST, loading large size PSTs created with Aspose.Email in Outlook, and PST corruption based on adding SMIME message types. With all these and other bugs fixed, PST operations have improved considerably.
Draft appointments creation with Aspose.Email for Java 2.7.0
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This month’s release also includes some important bug fixes related to message extraction from PST, message conversion issues, and some encoding issues.
To get further details about what’s new & fixed, read the release notes on the [Aspose.Email for Java] release page.
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PST Operations Improved with Aspose.Email for Java 2.6.0
Aspose.Email for Java 2.6.0 has been released. This month’s release is a maintenance release that includes a number of fixes to issues reported by our customers. As a result, we have a more stable API that shows improved PST operations. This month’s release also includes bug fixes to EML-to-MSG conversion, handling an email’s TextBody, and some issues related to attachment extraction from calendar items.
To get further details about what’s new & fixed, read the release notes on the Aspose.
Filter Email Messages by Message ID using C#
Aspose.Email for .NET 2.6.0 has been released. With the release of this version, one can now filter messages using the MessageID of an email from an Exchange server. For this purpose, the MailQueryBuilder class has been equipped with the MessageID filter that can be used in combination of other filters to get the desired results.
This month’s release also includes a number of important bug fixes, reported by our users, related to how Aspose.