MailBee.NET Outlook Converter reads and writes .MSG files

Tuesday, 09 June 2009
If you ever encountered a problem with incompatibility of Outlook .MSG files with the standard RFC822 .EML format which is used everywhere outside Microsoft realm, there are some good news for you.

The just released MailBee.NET Objects v5.5 introduces MailBee.NET Outlook Converter component which can read and write files and streams in OLE2 format (binary format of .MSG files). You can also load MailMessage objects from .MSG data or write these objects into .MSG format.

You can read more on MailBee.NET Outlook Converter at:

Like other MailBee.NET components, MailBee.NET Outlook Converter is included into MailBee.NET Objects package and can be licensed either separately or within the bundle.

Other changes of MailBee.NET Objects include improved compatibility with MS Exchange 2007, MIME parsing and UTF-7 IMAP fixes.

You can download the latest version at:

All existing users of the previous versions of MailBee.NET family's components will have their license keys working with the new versions of the same components. The components not covered by your existing license (including new components like MailBee.NET Outlook Converter) should be purchased separately.

Purchase MailBee.NET Objects bundle (you save 50% when buying the bundle):

Purchase MailBee.NET Outlook Converter:

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