Python Code Examples to Create and Convert MSG, EML, EMLX, and MHT Emails

Aspose.Email for Java includes classes that allow you to create as well as read message files, enabling complete processing of message contents. Now, you can use these classes to create, edit and convert email message formats such as MSG, EML, EMLX, and MHT in Python without the need of using Microsoft Outlook. You can not only modify the message contents but also manipulate (add/remove) message attachments in Python. It provides you with sufficient ability to customize message headers in Python and also empowers you to completely control a message by exposing its Mapi properties.
May 22, 2016 · 2 min · Fahad Adeel

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.
February 4, 2013 · 1 min · Kashif Iqbal

View MSG/EML Files from SharePoint List with Aspose.Email for SharePoint 1.4

We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Email for SharePoint 1.4. This release includes the new feature: viewing MSG and EML files from a SharePoint list. In addition, this release also includes some important bug fixes. To get further details about what’s new and fixed, read the release notes on the Aspose.Email for Sharepoint release page.
October 23, 2012 · 1 min · Kashif Iqbal

Set Follow Up Flag and Due Date for MSG files using Aspose.Email for Java 2.1

We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Email for Java 2.1.0. This version introduces a new feature that lets you set follow up flag and due date for Outlook MSG files. In addition to this new feature, the release also includes a number of important bug fixes and enhancements. To get further details about what’s new & fixed, read the release notes by visiting the Aspose.Email for Java release page.
September 12, 2012 · 1 min · Kashif Iqbal

Create TNEF messages, identify Outlook message type and much more with Aspose.Email 1.7.0

We have just published version 1.7.0 of Aspose.Email for .NET and Java. This month’s release provides support for the creation of TNEF message files, setting Appointment’s time zone information from an instance of System.TimeZoneInfo and detect Outlook message type using the MapiMessage class. An important enhancement has been made so that the MHTML renderer includes the embedded images as well as the email header in the output. We have also fixed some issues regarding embedded images, encoding, attachments for EML to MSG conversion.
May 2, 2012 · 1 min · Babar Raza

Print Email Message to XPS with Aspose.Email for .NET

We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Email for .NET 1.2. In this version, we have added support for printing email messages to XPS format using the MailPrinter class. The Print() method takes an instance of the MailMessage class as an argument, so you can print EML, MSG, or MHT files. This sample code shows how to print an email: // Initialize the MailPrinter class MailPrinter msgPrinter = new MailPrinter(); // Load an email message MailMessage msg = MailMessage.
December 5, 2011 · 1 min · Saqib Razzaq

Aspose.Email for Java Getting Rich in Features

Aspose.Email for Java was first released in July 2010 with Microsoft MSG file format support. It’s been a year and we are continuously working on adding new features in it to make it more closer to the Aspose.Network for .NET. Recently, we released Aspose.Network for Java 2.1, which can now handle EML, MSG and MHTML files. You can create new message, load existing message, do changes and save to disk, convert from one format to another, read attachments etc.
June 27, 2011 · 1 min · Saqib Razzaq