Create Email Messages From HTML Content & Adding Headers to EWS Requests Inside Java Apps

It enables Java developers to create messages from HTML Content & adding headers to EWS requests inside Java applications. This month's release brings another enhancement to the API's IMAP client. This release includes important enhancements, such as missing emails from generated PST, Setting information of MapiContact, issues with loading Aspose generated messages in 3rd party software & more.

This article explains the new and enhanced features included in Aspose.Email for Java 5.7.0. It  includes enhancements and functional improvements as a result of a number of bug fixes.  It also brings more flexibility in creating email messages from other formats. The MailMessage class now provides the capability to create a message from HTML file alongwith specifying other resources such as the images in an html file. The HtmlLoadOptions class can be used to specify the path to the html resources on disc. This feature provides the API with powerful capability of creating message files from template html files with pre-formatted contents. The EWSClient component of the API now provides the capability to add Https headers to the EWS client for the requests sent out. This can be used to add multi-purpose headers to EWS requests. One such example is adding X-AnchorMailbox header whichcan be used to manage the throttling issues on Exchange server. It brings another enhancement to the API’s IMAP client. This feature provides support for the IMAP protocol’s IDLE command that enables users to be automatically notified about incoming messages rather than polling for new messages. It also includes a number of functional improvements as a result of API bug fixes. These include, Missing emails from generated PST, Setting information of MapiContact, issues with loading Aspose generated messages in 3rd party software, conversion of email messages to XPS and Problem with adding meeting requests to PST folder.  The main improved features & bug fixes added in this release are listed below

•    MailMessage from HTML creation
•    IMAP IDLE command supporting
•    Callback or Trigger like option for each record being merged during mail merge operation
•    Add ability to add HttpHeaders in ews requests
•    'IPM.Microsoft.FolderDesign.NamedView', 'IPM.Configuration.Calendar' and 'IPM.Microsoft.WunderBar.Link' items not extracted from PST/OST
•    Updating the service reference removes the KnownTypeAttributes if Aspose.Email reference is added in the project
•    Problem with adding IPM.Schedule.Meeting.Request MSG to IPF.Note folder
•    Unable to set information of MapiContact
•    Wrong body extracted from EML after conversion from MailMessage to MapiMessage
•    MSG created using MapiMessage can't be loaded in 3rd party Content Server
•    Extra white spaces added while creating message body from template doc file
•    Missing emails from generated PST
•    EML to XPS: Problem with Arrows
•    German special characters not handled properly in html body

Other most recent bug fixes are also included in this release.

Overview: Aspose.Email for Java

Aspose.Email for Java is a Non-Graphical Java component that enables Java applications to read and write MS Outlook MSG files from within a Java application without using MS Outlook. It enables developers to create new MSG file from scratch, update an existing MSG file, read Outlook MSG file & get its properties like subject, body, recipients in to, cc and bcc, adding or removing attachment, sender information & MAPI properties.  Aspose.Email can be used with Web as well as Desktop Application.

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Phone: 888.277.6734
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