Aspose.Email-Cloud 20.7.0

Aspose.Email Cloud is a REST API for creating email applications that work with common email file formats. It lets developers manipulate message formats such as Outlook MSG, EML and MHT files.

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Install-Package Aspose.Email-Cloud -Version 20.7.0
dotnet add package Aspose.Email-Cloud --version 20.7.0
<PackageReference Include="Aspose.Email-Cloud" Version="20.7.0" />
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paket add Aspose.Email-Cloud --version 20.7.0
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#r "nuget: Aspose.Email-Cloud, 20.7.0"
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Manage & Convert Email in Cloud via .NET REST API

This cloud SDK enhances your C#, ASP.NET & other .NET cloud-based apps to work with, manage & convert email format files in the cloud without a 3rd party tool.

Email Processing Features

  • Supports OAuth feature.
  • Send or append MIME or simple email messages.
  • Fetch list of email messages.
  • Mark specific email messages with a red flag.
  • Set or download email attachments.
  • Supports email file format conversion among popular email formats.
  • Get email properties.
  • Create, list or delete email folders.

New Features & Enhancements in Version 20.7

  • New models for representing MAPI message files have been added to Aspose Email Cloud.
  • All these models can be converted to corresponding DTO objects.
  • The methods to save these models to MSG files are also provided.
  • A new Recurrence property has been added, so there is a better way to set recurrence patterns.
  • Some corrections are made in the null value handling during a model serialization.
  • Discriminator property has been added to ContactPhoto because it is now inherited by MapiContactPhotoDto.
  • Bug with the lost model property types information has been fixed.
  • Added TNEF format support to email message converters.

For the detailed notes, please visit Aspose.Email Cloud 20.7 Release Notes.

Supported File Formats

Microsoft Outlook: MSG
Email: EML
Markup: HTML, MHTML
Contact: VCF, MSG
iCalendar: ICS
MAPI: TNEF, EMLX
BCR AI: PNG, JPG, JPEG, TIFF, BMP, GIF

Getting Started with Aspose.Email Cloud SDK for .NET

You do not need to install anything to get started with Aspose.Email Cloud SDK for .NET. Just create an account at Aspose for Cloud and get your application information.

Simply execute Install-Package Aspose.Email-Cloud from the Package Manager Console in Visual Studio to fetch & reference Aspose.Email assembly in your project. If you already have Aspose.Email Cloud SDK for .NET and want to upgrade it, please execute Update-Package Aspose.Email-Cloud to get the latest version.

Please check the GitHub Repository for other common usage scenarios.

Convert an Email EML File to MSG Format via C# Code

The following code sample demonstrates, how to fetch Microsoft Outlook, Apple Mail or Mozilla Thunderbird emails in the EML format and convert them into MSG format using simple call to Aspose.Email Cloud SDK for .NET in C# code:

// Please get your APP_KEY & APP_ID by signing up for free at https://dashboard.aspose.cloud/#/apps.
EmailApi emailApi = new EmailApi(Common.APP_KEY, Common.APP_SID, Common.BASEPATH);
StorageApi storageApi = new StorageApi(Common.APP_KEY, Common.APP_SID, Common.BASEPATH);

String name = "email_test";
String fileName = name + ".eml";
String format = "msg";
String storage = "";
String folder = "";
String outPath = "";

// Upload source file to aspose cloud storage
storageApi.PutCreate(fileName, "", "", System.IO.File.ReadAllBytes(Common.GetDataDir() + fileName));

// Invoke Aspose.Email Cloud SDK API to convert email to other formats
ResponseMessage apiResponse = emailApi.GetDocumentWithFormat(fileName, format, storage, folder, outPath);

System.IO.File.WriteAllBytes(Common.GetDataDir() + fileName, apiResponse.ResponseStream);
Console.WriteLine("Convert Emails to Other Formats, Done!");

Product Page | Documentation | Demo | API Reference | Examples | Blog | Free Support | Free Trial

Manage & Convert Email in Cloud via .NET REST API

This cloud SDK enhances your C#, ASP.NET & other .NET cloud-based apps to work with, manage & convert email format files in the cloud without a 3rd party tool.

Email Processing Features

  • Supports OAuth feature.
  • Send or append MIME or simple email messages.
  • Fetch list of email messages.
  • Mark specific email messages with a red flag.
  • Set or download email attachments.
  • Supports email file format conversion among popular email formats.
  • Get email properties.
  • Create, list or delete email folders.

New Features & Enhancements in Version 20.7

  • New models for representing MAPI message files have been added to Aspose Email Cloud.
  • All these models can be converted to corresponding DTO objects.
  • The methods to save these models to MSG files are also provided.
  • A new Recurrence property has been added, so there is a better way to set recurrence patterns.
  • Some corrections are made in the null value handling during a model serialization.
  • Discriminator property has been added to ContactPhoto because it is now inherited by MapiContactPhotoDto.
  • Bug with the lost model property types information has been fixed.
  • Added TNEF format support to email message converters.

For the detailed notes, please visit Aspose.Email Cloud 20.7 Release Notes.

Supported File Formats

Microsoft Outlook: MSG
Email: EML
Markup: HTML, MHTML
Contact: VCF, MSG
iCalendar: ICS
MAPI: TNEF, EMLX
BCR AI: PNG, JPG, JPEG, TIFF, BMP, GIF

Getting Started with Aspose.Email Cloud SDK for .NET

You do not need to install anything to get started with Aspose.Email Cloud SDK for .NET. Just create an account at Aspose for Cloud and get your application information.

Simply execute Install-Package Aspose.Email-Cloud from the Package Manager Console in Visual Studio to fetch & reference Aspose.Email assembly in your project. If you already have Aspose.Email Cloud SDK for .NET and want to upgrade it, please execute Update-Package Aspose.Email-Cloud to get the latest version.

Please check the GitHub Repository for other common usage scenarios.

Convert an Email EML File to MSG Format via C# Code

The following code sample demonstrates, how to fetch Microsoft Outlook, Apple Mail or Mozilla Thunderbird emails in the EML format and convert them into MSG format using simple call to Aspose.Email Cloud SDK for .NET in C# code:

// Please get your APP_KEY & APP_ID by signing up for free at https://dashboard.aspose.cloud/#/apps.
EmailApi emailApi = new EmailApi(Common.APP_KEY, Common.APP_SID, Common.BASEPATH);
StorageApi storageApi = new StorageApi(Common.APP_KEY, Common.APP_SID, Common.BASEPATH);

String name = "email_test";
String fileName = name + ".eml";
String format = "msg";
String storage = "";
String folder = "";
String outPath = "";

// Upload source file to aspose cloud storage
storageApi.PutCreate(fileName, "", "", System.IO.File.ReadAllBytes(Common.GetDataDir() + fileName));

// Invoke Aspose.Email Cloud SDK API to convert email to other formats
ResponseMessage apiResponse = emailApi.GetDocumentWithFormat(fileName, format, storage, folder, outPath);

System.IO.File.WriteAllBytes(Common.GetDataDir() + fileName, apiResponse.ResponseStream);
Console.WriteLine("Convert Emails to Other Formats, Done!");

Product Page | Documentation | Demo | API Reference | Examples | Blog | Free Support | Free Trial

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
20.12.0 52 12/30/2020
20.10.0 108 10/29/2020
20.9.0 131 9/9/2020
20.7.0 194 7/23/2020
20.5.0 183 5/27/2020
20.3.0 197 3/16/2020
20.2.0 188 2/26/2020
20.1.0 258 1/28/2020
19.12.0 251 12/31/2019
19.11.0 193 11/25/2019
18.7.0 518 8/27/2018
1.0.8 557 9/27/2017
1.0.7 475 9/27/2017
1.0.6 531 8/14/2017
1.0.5 738 1/6/2017
1.0.4 560 11/2/2016
1.0.3 659 11/2/2016
1.0.2 542 10/21/2016
1.0.1 650 2/26/2016
1.0.0 608 2/26/2016