Aspose.Network 2.0 Overview and Aspose.Email is replaced - 10-10-2005 , 09:18 AM
Aspose.Network is a suit of flexiable and easy-to-use .Net components
for professional network programming, which includes not only most major
network protocol implementations, but also lots of utility classes to
facilate the common development tasks.
Aspose.Network supports most major network protocols including Smtp,
Mime, Pop3, Dns, Icmp, etc, which provides features like sending emails,
parsing emails, receiving emails, managing networks and resolve domain
names. Besides, many powerful utility classes are also included, such as
email verifying component and so on.
Complement of System.Net from Microsoft, Aspose.Network aims for
providing a more comprehensive and complete solution for professional
network application development. Aspose.Network enable .Net programmers
to focus on their business logic, while eliminates the complexity of
network programming and network protocol details.
Aspose.Email is replaced by Aspose.Network.
The email component in Aspose.Network 2.0 is developed based on
Aspose.Email. However, the email component in Aspose.Network is not
compatible with the Aspose.Email, for the purpose to increase the
flexibilty, reliability and reduce the confusing.Therefore, if you are
already working with the Aspose.Email, it is a good idea to KEEP YOUR
CODE. And we will provide Aspose.Email techincal supports whenever you
request. However, if you are new to demonstrate the email component,
Please get the Aspose.Network to begin you works.
1) full featured Email components, supports sending email, mail merge,
bulk sending mails, etc.
2) Dns components, provides full supporting for DNS protocol
3) Mime components, provides capability to parse MIME messages
4) Pop3 components, supports querying messages, retrieving messages,
and delete messages, etc.
5) Icmp components, supports sending echo messages (Ping), and managing
6) Email address verifying components, provides syntax validating,
domain name validating, and MX records validating
Wiki Documents: http://www.aspose.com/Wiki/Default.aspx/Aspose.Network/
Online Demos: http://www.aspose.com/Products/Aspose.Network/Demos/
For more info please check
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