MailBee.NET Objects v5.8 Released

Wednesday, 18 November 2009
This time, we have updated all the components within MailBee.NET Objects bundle. The most anticipated changes include the automatic detection of port number and SSL settings for well-known mail services (like gmail.com) and the support of DKIM anti-spam technology.

Automatic SSL/port detection makes it easier for the programmer to connect to SSL-only mail services like gmail.com, live.com and other servers operating on SSL ports (465 and 587 for SMTP, 993 for IMAP, 995 for POP3).

DKIM is a newer version of DomainKeys anti-spam technology used by gmail.com, yahoo.com and other leading e-mail service providers. Signing an e-mail with secure DomainKeys/DKIM signatures ensures the e-mail was actually sent from the declared e-mail address. From now on, MailBee.NET Security package supports verification and creation of both classic DomainKeys and DKIM signatures.

Outlook Message Converter component now extracts more dates from .MSG data (including dates when the message was sent and received), provides improved support of streams and Unicode, the automatic RTF-to-HTML and HTML-to-RTF conversion.

BayesFilter component can now use streams to load and save the database of spam and non-spam tokens. This allows the application to store the database not only in files but in any other container like XML or SQL database.

To upgrade, uninstall the current version and download the new version from
http://www.afterlogic.com/download/net-email-components
You can use your existing license keys with the newer version.

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http://www.afterlogic.com/products/net-email-components

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