MailBee.NET IMAP Component 3.0 is a ASP.NET script for Utilities scripts design by Afterlogic.
It runs on following operating system: Windows. Publisher review:
MailBee.NET IMAP Component allows you to manage, download, search, and process mails and folders on IMAP4 servers. MailBee.NET IMAP Component allows you to manage, download, search, and process mails and folders on IMAP4 servers.MailBee.NET IMAP is a high-performance memory-conservative .NET component for processing mails and folders on IMAP4 servers. The component can do everything the POP3 component does, and much more: download and manage folders, search, flag, upload, move, copy messages, download message envelopes or any specific parts or attributes of messages, etc.MailBee.NET IMAP downloads messages in a batch, drastically improving performance.MailBee.NET IMAP bundle includes a set of MIME objects such as MailMessage and Attachment which are used for e-mail parsing.Written in 100% managed code, MailBee.NET IMAP only requires the .NET framework be installed on the computer.MailBee.NET IMAP can be used in any .NET language including C# and VB.NET. Both .NET 1.1 and .NET 2.0 are supported.MailBee.NET IMAP fully supports IMAP4, TLS/SSL, MIME, XML, HTML, and MHTML. No knowledge of these standards is required of developers, however.Imap Object Features: - Download entire messages, headers only, envelopes, or anything else which can be returned by IMAP's FETCH command - Download and manage folders (international folder names fully supported) - Supports secure TLS/SSL connections out-of-box (supports Gmail, etc) - Upload a message in a folder - Copy messages between folders - Move messages between folders - Obtain UID of uploaded/copied/moved messages if the server supports UIDPLUS - Delete messages - Examine and set message flags - Expunge (i.e. purge) deleted messages - Expunge specific deleted messages - Search messages - Secure authentication (CRAM-MD5, NTLM) - Windows Integrated Authentication (authenticate using the current Windows user credentials) - User-defined authentication methods - Get account quota and used space size if the server supports QUOTA - Automatic detection and use of IMAP capabilities - Faster upload if the server supports LITERAL - Can tolerate incorrectly formatted responses from the server (keeping the application informed if this happens) - Provides methods for converting IMAP strings, dates, international folder names, etc - Logging IMAP session into a file or memory - Returns e-mails as MailMessage objects which can be interchanged with other objects (Smtp, etc) - Send user-defined commands to the server - Rich set of events and asynchronous processing options - Can be placed on the form or created in the code MailMessage Object Features: - Used by Smtp object as outgoing e-mail - Returned by Pop3 object as incoming e-mail - Multiple recipients (To/CC/BCC) - Multiple attachments - Mail merge - Easy access to plain-text and HTML body - Full support of international encodings and charsets - Can extract attachments from MS-TNEF (winmail.dat) files - Access to every MIME part - Access to all message headers - Access to message timestamps ("Received:" headers) - Conversion from HTML to plain-text and vice versa including high-lighting of URIs, images, quotations, etc - Full support of creating and displaying HTML messages with embedded pictures in desktop and web applications - Access forwarded messages (GetEncapsulatedMessage) - Forward message as attachment - Import HTML file or web page into e-mail - Import & export message data from/into memory, file and stream - Serialize into XML and deserialize frotable - Confirm Read & Confirm Receipt - Reply-To, Priority, Importance, Sensitivity, etc Operating system: