Catalyst Internet Mail 1.0

Operating systemsOS : Windows
Program licensingScript Licensing : Free Trial ($295.00)
CreatedCreated : Jun 12, 2007
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Electronic mail is the most prevalent application in computer networking and its use has evolved beyond the simple exchange of text messages between two people.
For the developer, e-mail provides a reliable means for sending and receiving messages where the protocols are based on well-known and widely used standards.
The catalyst_internet_mail by Catalyst Development Corporation control provides an interface to e-mail services, allowing developers to easily implement this functionality in their own software without requiring general knowledge of network programming or specific application protocols.
The internet Mail control provides a single interface for composing, sending and retrieving e-mail messages. Instead of using separate control to format, retrieve and send messages, the developer can use a single internet_mail control for much of the same functionality without the inherent complexity and coding.
For most applications, this is the only control that will be needed to process e-mail messages. However, in some cases a program may require the advanced features of a specific SocketTools control, such as sending extended authentication commands or server-specific options.
In this situation, the Internet Mail control can be seamlessly integrated with the other SocketTools controls to build a more complex solution that requires a greater degree of customization.
The control is implemented as a standard COM object and is designed to be used in visual development tools as well as various scripting environments.
Any programming language which can host ActiveX controls or create instances of a COM object should be capable of using the Internet Mail control, such as Visual Basic, Visual C , Visual FoxPro and Delphi. Server and client-side scripting is also supported using languages such as VBScript and JScript.
The control is completely self-contained and does not require developers to redistribute the Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC) or Visual C runtime libraries, nor any other third-party library.
Rapid Development
The catalyst_internet Mail 1.0 product is a single ActiveX control which provides a simplified interface for composing, sending and retrieving e-mail messages.
Unlike other products which are essentially re-packaged collections of e-mail related controls, the Internet Mail control was designed for ease-of-use and flexibility, without the inherent learning curve and additional coding required when using multiple components.
In many cases, e-mail functionality is simply one feature in an already complex project. Instead of setting dozens of properties and writing many lines of code to connect the output of one control to the input of another, the Internet Mail control requires just two method calls to compose and deliver a message.
The simple elegance of the control's interface translates directly into fewer lines of source code to write, debug and maintain. In turn, this allows the developer to focus his efforts on the core application without sacrificing features that add value to the end-user.
Comprehensive Interface
The control offers a comprehensive interface, providing the developer with everything that he needs to incorporate e-mail functionality in an application.
Many of the control's properties control the contents of a message, such as the list of recipients, the subject of the message and the message body. Methods are used to compose new messages, retrieve messages from a mail server and deliver messages to one or more recipients.
Messages can also be managed on the mail server, or downloaded to the local system and stored in a file or a database record. The developer has complete access to all of the headers in the message, and can create custom application-specific header fields if needed.
Event notifications enable the developer to provide the user with feedback, such as the progress of sending or retrieving a message. Advanced features such as delivery status notification, support for relay servers and secure encrypted connections are easily implemented by simply setting a few properties.
Internet Standards
The catalyst Internet Mail [catalystinternetmail1.0.exe] control implements the standard Internet protocols for sending and retrieving e-mail messages, ensuring the highest degree of compatibility possible with mail servers around the world.
These standards are defined by the Internet Engineering Task Force and published as standard track Request For Comment (RFC) documents. To send e-mail messages, the control implements RFC 821 and 1869, which defines the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol and related extensions.
To retrieve messages from a mail server, the control implements RFC 1939, which defines the Post Office Protocol. For composing and parsing the messages themselves, the control implements RFCs 822, 2045, 2046 and 2047 which defines the internal structure of a message and how it should be processed.
Features and Stability
The Catalyst Internet Mail - 0MB control is built on the solid foundation of the award-winning SocketTools family of products. The same core technologies and features that have been market-tested and proven since 1995 were used to create the Internet Mail control.
The Internet Mail control has been designed with a great degree of flexibility and can be used with a wide variety of programming languages and different types of development environments.
Implemented as a standard ActiveX control, it is fully supported by languages such as Visual Basic, Visual FoxPro, Visual C , Borland C Builder, Delphi and PowerBuilder. In addition, the control can also be used as a basic COM object in scripting languages like VBScript, with full support for server-side scripting in Active Server Pages and other similar technologies.
Simplified Redistribution
Created using the ActiveX Template Library, the Catalyst Internet Mail 1.0 control has no dependency on third-party components or Microsoft support libraries. This means that only the control itself needs to be included with the program that uses it, simplifying the process of redistributing and installing the software while reducing the application's overall size.
As important as functionality, features and stability are, comprehensive documentation is equally as important to the application developer. This is why the Catalyst Internet Mail product includes a Developer's Guide which provides an overview of the product, a QuickStart Guide to help the developer get started and ease the learning curve, and a complete Technical Reference which documents every property, method and event supported by the control.
A printable version of the documentation is included with the product, as well as context-sensitive online help which can be accessed directly from within the development environment. Example programs in a variety of languages are also included to help the developer become familiar with the features of the control and provide code which they can re-use in their own applications.

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