MailBee SMTP Component 5.4

Operating systemsOS : Windows / Linux / BSD
Program licensingScript Licensing : Commercial License ($49.00)
CreatedCreated : Jun 11, 2007
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MailBee smtp is an easy to use component for creating and sending email messages over smtp protocol.
It supports creating both plain-text and html-formatted messages with attachments and inline objects (including automatic alternative body creation, automatic scanning and adding attachments for specified html source and much more).
As MailBee POP3, MailBee SMTP also allows you to use secure authentication to SMTP servers.
MailBee SMTP object can be extended with external MailBee Message Queue system to enable message queueing which can noticeably improve performance of email sending applications or web pages
MailBee SMTP includes main SMTP object (which implements SMTP protocol) and Message object (which is used for message composing). Message object is common across all MailBee objects, thus allowing intercommunication between POP3 and SMTP objects
MailBee SMTP can be used in ASP, VB or any other environment that supports ActiveX components
SMTP Object Features
- Can send any Message object to SMTP server
- Can send messages to MailBee Message Queue (MMQ) system instead of direct sending to SMTP server. Using MMQ allows smtp_component to operate very quickly because messages are actually delivered in a background ("fire and forget" delivery)
- Supports ESMTP authentication, including secure authentication methods (CRAM-MD5, NTLM, MSN) during connection to SMTP server
- Can relay (blind-forward) messages stored in disk files (RelayMessage method)
- Supports creating plain-text and HTML messages. For HTML messages HTML Import option is available (it allows to export HTML files with embedded graphics, style-sheets, etc. in one ImportBodyText method call)
- Provides method to add custom MIME-headers (AddHeader method)
- Supports unlimited number of attachments
- Supports international headers, attachment names, bodies, etc.
- Can preserve original formatting of plain-text keeping long lines unwrapped but still providing compatibility with MIME rules (BodyEncoding property)
- Includes method MakeAltBody to create plain-text version of HTML body if plain-text version is not available
- Supports logging SMTP session into the file
- Supports event mechanism to track send progress (and abort sending if needed)
Message Object Features
- Available in all MailBee Objects packages (POP3, SMTP, Objects). Used as a main unit POP3 retrieval and SMTP sending methods operate with
- Because SMTP object composes messages using Message object, all composing functionality of SMTP object also applies to Message object
- Includes collection of a message's attachments
- Provides access to custom message headers through GetHeader method
- Can be created explicitly through CreateObject and then saved to disk or sent by SMTP object
- Any content can be loaded to rawbody property (such as content of message file or attachment with message inside)
- RawBody operates symmetrically: when you set Message properties or call Message-affecting methods (such as AddAttachment), RawBody will reflect this changes next time you read it; when you load RawBody with new value, other Message properties such as BodyText are refreshed
- No redundant refreshes on RawBody. If you sequentially change some Message properties, RawBody will be updated only when you read it, not after every changing Message properties

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