Do you process email? Do you have a newsletter and need to process bounce backs
or NDRs (Non-Deliverable Receipts)? Do you need to build a custom interface for
email access? Do you need to programmatically access email messages,
or its attachments, embedded images, headers, or different parts of
an email/MIME message? Then aspNetMime is for you.
aspNetMime can satisfy all of these requirements and more. aspNetMime is a
server-side component that can be used to access any email MIME message.
aspNetMime parses messages and allows you to programmatically access any part,
or header, of the message effortlessly and easily. Take a look at some of the
features of aspNetMime:
What's new in aspNetMime version 3?
aspNetMime runs under all releases of .NET.
S/Mime Parsing Support
aspNetMime also supports parsing S/Mime documents to allow you to securely extract data from S/Mime formatted content.
The new MimeToHtml class allows you to easily convert a Mime message to a Html document or string for display in a browser. Allow aspNetMime to handle converting embedded images, to extracted images, and handle all the attachment and image link conversions, to preserve the format of the message.
aspNetMime is Writable
aspNetMime is writable. This allows you to read in an existing Mime document, or create your own, and modify it as required. You can then output it back to the file system, a stream, string, or a byte array.
Added the MimeReader Class
The MimeReader class, allows you to read the Mime messages in a forward looking manner. This allows for faster parsing, and lower memory footprint. It is especially helpful, when you need to extract large attachments from a message, without incurring extra CPU cycles.
Added Static MimePart.Create(…) methods
These methods allow you to easily create, and add Mime parts to a Mime message from byte arrays, files, streams or strings.
Easily parse the header content and lines from documents using the HeaderCollection.Parse(…) methods, making all data in the headers easily accessible.
Easier support for modifying existing MIME documents
Besides being able to easily add additional parts, attachments, and images to a Mime message, you can easily append both plain text, and Html content to Mime parts, and allow aspNetMime to handle all of the complicated encoding.
Easier Searching for parts.
New methods allow you easily and quickly find more parts of the message. These methods include FindByExtension, GetByConentId,GetByContentLocation, or by ContentType.
RFC 2231 Support
Expanded support for non-ASCII charactersets found in parameters.
Expanded the internal MBX support by aspNetMime to parse MBX files.
Added and exposed additional methods for extracting InLine content-disposition types.
Force Garbage Collection
Exposed the functionality for developers to force Garbage Collection on the MimeReader class.
Added the ability to allow the developer to calculated GMT Offsets.
TNEF RTF Support
Added the capability for aspNetMime to find and extract RTF data created by Outlook.
Expanded the support for determining different properties on collections of headers.
Expanded the support for saving individual parts off of the MimeReader class.
Expanded the capability of aspNetMime to recognize Windows specific charactersets that are non-RFC standard.
Added support for aspNetMime to find and extract TNEF (winmail.dat) parts. aspNetMime can also find attachments found within these parts.
Better support for decoding corrupt and malformed quoted-printable parts.
HTML To Plain Text Conversion
Expanded the capability for aspNetMime to convert HTML to Plain Text in a friendly readable format.
Better Header Decoding
Expanded aspNetMime to detect and better decode headers that have broken encodings spanning multiple lines.
Added the capability for aspNetMime to decode UUEncoded parts.
Better Email Address Parsing Support
Email addresses can be complex. We've added even better support for comments, and other unusual text, found inside of the email address alias.
Better Html to Plain Text Conversion
We've added even better and faster support for those uniquely formatted HTML message parts.
Better Broken Mime Parsing
We've added logic to search for boundaries that aren't actually in the message. The Mime message requires boundaries to be found in certain places of the message. If these boundaries aren't found aspNetMime tries to determine where they should be located.
aspNetMime now has built-in reporting. Generate Xml, Comma Separated Value (CSV), and TAB delimted reports natively from aspNetMime. Simply crate the report object, and add the Mime messages. aspNetMime will generate a summary report for you.
Built-in Directory and MBOX Processing
aspNetMime now has the capability to natively process a directory of mime messages. Besides a directory of messages, aspNetMime also supports parsing the MBOX style file format. For each message found in the MBOX file, aspNetMime raises an event the developer can attach too for easy coding and message manipulation.
aspNetMime now allows partially trusted callers to make requests into the aspNetMime.dll. This option allows it to be hosted under the ASP.NET 2.0 runtime.
Better Image Support
aspNetMime now has the capability to target image parts, and extract them from the message. Save them to disk, or stream them to the browser. aspNetMime can do both.
Various Bug Fixes and Improvements
aspNetMime has also added better checking for non RFC compliant messages. Due to the complexity of the Mime formatting specifications, there are many broken implementations out there. We've made adjustments to be as flexible as possible without sacrificing performance.
New Version 2.0 Features
Version 1.0 Features
Along with these capabilities, aspNetMime also includes advanced functionality
for accessing intricate parts of the MIME message, along with encoding and
decoding methods. Be sure to check out our online demo here,
to see aspNetMime in action.
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Last Updated: Monday, March 20, 2017