MailBee.NET Objects Developer's Guide

The articles in this section can be your starting point on the way of mail-enabling your application.

Create and send e-mails with SMTP component guide is a comprehensive source of the information on how you can create and send e-mail messages, verify a single e-mail address, make DNS queries, send custom SMTP commands, along with general features like logging, async programming, using in a web application, troubleshooting, and so on.

Verify e-mail addresses with Address Validator guide contains a number of samples along with technical details on how to verify a bulk of e-mail addresses for correct syntax or existence, how to deal with greylisting and temporary failures to avoid false positives or negatives, how to make multiple attempts for better accuracy, and covers some unobvious aspects of multi-threaded address verification.

Getting started with IMAP and POP3 components guide is a quick tour of the e-mail retrieval and parsing features of MailBee.NET Objects. Soon, this guide will be extended with additional articles and samples.

Getting started with Outlook Converter guide provides a brief walk-through of MailBee.NET classes which allow creating and parsing Outlook .MSG messages and Outlook .PST data files without having Outlook installed. It also highlights how to import messages from Outlook using its API or extract messages from there.

iCal and vCard calendars and contacts guide shows how to deal with .VCF files in vCard format and how to use iCal events, including meeting requests, reminders, recurring events, and so on.

OAuth 2.0 in Windows and ASP.NET MVC apps guide explains how to develop a Windows installed app or ASP.NET MVC app which can check or send e-mail via IMAP/SMTP using OAuth 2.0 authentication. All the samples have been tested with Google and Microsoft services like Gmail and Outlook.com. Google Apps Service accounts are also supported.


Send feedback to AfterLogic

Copyright © 2006-2017 AfterLogic Corporation. All rights reserved.