Work With Distribution Lists on Exchange Server & Format Forward/Reply Messages Using .NET
It supports Working with Distribution Lists on Exchange Server inside .NET Apps. It also supports Creating or Formatting Forward and Reply Messages as well as Getting Exchange Message Summary Information from Message URI. This month's release an important issue, the MailMessage API takes a lot of memory and considerable CPU utilization, resulting in improvement of the API performance. This month's release also fixes a number of bugs that were reported with our last month's release.
NSW, Australia, January 5, 2016 (Newswire.com) - This article explains the new and improved features included in Aspose.Email for .NET 6.0.0. It reduce the gap between the MS Outlook and Aspose.Email for .NET API features. It also includes fixes to a number of issues that were reported by our valued customers. Microsoft Outlook provides the capability to add distribution lists to Exchange server account. This month’s release of Aspose.Email API provides the capability of working with Distribution lists on Exchange Server. It provides the support for Creating Private Distribution List, fetching Distribution List from Exchange Server, adding Members to Private Distribution List, deleting Members from a Distribution List, deleting the Distribution List, sending Message to a Distribution List, creating MailAddress from Distibution List Id and expanding Public Distribution List. This month’s release also includes a new feature of creating and formatting Forward and Reply messages. Such type of messages can be generated using the MapiMessage as well as MailMessage classes of the API. User can add required information to the generated messages as specified by the OriginalMessageAdditionMode enumerator.Exchange server provides summary about messages retrieved in the form of ExchangeMessageInfo. It contains information such as Subject, Recipients, Time, and some other fields along with message unique identifier i.e. Message URI. It is a good idea to store message URIs for lateral referencing and later on retrieve the summary information using this identifier. This month’s release provides the capability to achieve this by providing an overloaded method of ListMessages that accepts a list of string identifiers. This overloaded method returns ExchangeMessageInfoColleciton that is a collection of summary information of all the messages for provided URIs. This month’s release also addresses an issue with the API performance where the MailMessage API takes a lot of memory and considerable CPU utilization. The issue has been fixed, resulting in improvement of the API performance. The main bug fixes & improved features added in this release are listed below
• Add auto recognition for pipelining mode based on response of 'capability' command
• Improve support of asynchronous operations with allowance pipelining for SMTP client
• PersonalStorageQueryBuilder.Body.Contains NotSupportedException
• Provision of Creating MapiCalendarTimeZone object from a Standard Timezone
• Provision of adding MapiAttachment without a Name
• EML with empty Content-Type to MSG raises exception
• Extract attachments from PST messages without extracting complete message
• PST: Get Parent FolderInfo from EntryId
• Improve support of asynchronous operations with allowance pipelining for SMTP client.
• Can't create Office 365 folder with "/" in name
• Issues with saved Nested MapiMessage attachments
• EXDATE missing while converting MSG to ICS file
• MSG to MHTML renders wrong output
• Attachment MSG single click has no information
• Attachment corrupted after adding the MSG file with an attachment to a PST
• Merging PSTs does not merge items at Root folder of PST
• Inline image shown as attachment while loading EML to MailMessage
• MSG->MSG loses the & sign
• MapiAttached.BinaryData when changed and added back raises problem
• PersonalStorage.SaveMessageToStream creates corrupt MSG files
Other most recent bug fixes are also included in this release.
Overview: Aspose.Email for .NET
Aspose.Email for .NET is a set of components allowing developers to easily implement email functionality within their ASP.NET web applications, web services & Windows applications. It Supports Outlook PST, EML, MSG & MHT formats. It allows developers to work with SMTP, POP3, FTP & MS Exchange servers. It supports mail merge, iCalendar, customized header & body, header information, embedded files, Twitter & many more. It makes it easy to work with HTML or plain text emails & their attachments.
- Homepage of Aspose.Email for .NET: http://www.aspose.com/.net/email-component.aspx
- Download Aspose.Email for .NET: http://www.aspose.com/community/files/51/.net-components/aspose.email-for-.net/default.aspx