News & Events

PowerTCP Mail for .NET 4.3.6.2 Released!

PowerTCP Mail for .NET 4.3.6.2 has been released with new features and maintenance fixes.

 

New in PowerTCP Mail for .NET:

  • PowerTCP Mail for .NET 4.3.6.2 has been released with newly added support for .NET Standard 2.0 and .NET Core 2.0 projects

 

Some of the maintenance fixes include:

  • Resolved an issue where some attachment filenames were not properly decoded.
  • Resolved an issue where the component would use the systems native end of line sequence instead of CRLF.
  • Resolved an issue resolving links in HTML emails.

 

For a complete list of improvements, see the PowerTCP Mail for .NET Release History.

PowerTCP SSL for ActiveX 2.2.2.0 has been released!

PowerTCP SSL for ActiveX 2.2.2.0 has been released with new features and maintenance fixes.

 

Some of the features include:

  • Now includes 64-bit dlls.
  • Support for IPv6 has been added.
  • Explicit TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 support

 

For a complete list of improvements, see the PowerTCP SSL for ActiveX Release History.

PowerTCP Mail for ActiveX 2.13 has been released!

PowerTCP Mail for ActiveX 2.13.0.0 has been released with new features and maintenance fixes.

 

Some of the features include: 

  • Now includes 64-bit dlls.
  • Support for IPv6 has been added.
  • Explicit TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 support

 

 Some of the maintenance fixes include:

  • BOM bytes are no longer intermittently left in decoded text.

 

 For a complete list of improvements, see the PowerTCP Mail for ActiveX Release History.

PowerTCP Mail for .NET 4.3.4 Released

PowerTCP Mail for .NET 4.3.4 has been released with maintenance fixes.

 

Maintenance fixes include: 

  • An issue where spaces were incorrectly removed when only a portion of header text was Q-encoded was resolved.
  • An issue where attachments names were not parsed out correctly when the attachment part headers contained both a name and filename parameter has been resolved.
  • An issue where FETCH responses containing parentheses within quoted strings were not being parsed correctly has been resolved.

 

 For a complete list of improvements, see the PowerTCP Mail for .NET Release History.