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Software Specifications


Chilkat .NET Email Component (2.0 Framework) Screenshot
Editor Rating
0.0
Version:
7.4
Size:
1.46 MB
License [?]:
Shareware
Price:
$99.00 USD
Last Updated:
Category:
Components and Libraries Software
Developer:
Chilkat Software, Inc.
Operating System:
Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Server 2003
Additional Requirements:
.NET Framework 2.0
Limitations
30-day trial

Chilkat .NET Email Component (2.0 Framework) Review

" Email component (POP3 / SMTP) for .NET 2.0 Framework. "

The Chilkat .NET email component can be used with any Visual Studio 2005 programming language (C#, VB.NET, ASP.NET) and provides managed classes for creating, sending and retrieving Internet e-mail. It fully supports SMTP, POP3, MIME, HTML, SSL, S/MIME, secure authentication, attachments, SSL, progress monitoring, zip and unzip of attachments, XML import/export, and is fully internationalized to handle email in any language.

The Chilkat mail components draw on over 7 years of email component development, and has an established user base of approximately 10,000 customers. Chilkat's licensing provides for free new-version upgrades, 1 year unlimited email and phone support, and royalty-free redistribution.


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