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Use the Message object to decode MIME email into an object representation you can easily manipulate. Every attachment, part, and label element is presented as an object, giving you un-surpassed processing control. Performs encoding too, so you can pass messages between the POP, IMAP, and SMTP controls! Features include:
- Detailed knowledge of MIME is not required to use the Message object.
- The Message object provides an object representation of any email message. This formatting object supports easy manipulation of simple and complex (even nested) MIME messages.
- Additional features of the MIME object include persistence to disk in two formats: transport ready (encoded) message format and a quick loading (decoded) object format.
- Encoded/decoded data need not be spooled to disk, making this product a real performer for messages buffered in memory.
- One method call builds a message.
- Create a ready-to-send HTML message with a single line of code.
- Visual Studio .NET (.NET Framework)
- Visual Basic (VB)
- Visual C++ (VC++)
- C++ Builder
- Office 97/2000
|AttachmentDefaults||When an attachment is added to a message, header fields are included that describe the attachment. This property provides default header fields for common attachment file types. These strings may be modified or more added so subsequent calls to the AddAttachment method use the header fields you provide.|
|Decoded message attachments are created in this directory.|
|AttachmentOverwrite||Specifies whether decoded message attachments are overwritten if the filename is the same.|
|Attribute||Server-related attributes of the message.|
|Bcc||Collection of recipient address strings that are not disclosed to other recipients (Blind Carbon Copy).|
|Charset||Gets and sets the character set used for string/byte array conversions.|
|Cc||Collection of address strings for the secondary recipients (Carbon Copy).|
|Content||Read from this property to encode the message or write to this property to initialize the object.|
|From||Specifies the author of the message.|
|Header||Collection of header fields contained in a Message Object or a Part Object.|
|PartList||Collection of all Part Objects in a multipart message.|
|Parts||Collection of "sibling" Part Objects existing at a single level in the message.|
|QuotedPrintable||When set to True, Quoted-Printable encoding is applied to textual parts of the message when it is encoded. When set to False, textual parts of the message are sent "as-is".|
|Size||Returns the size of the encoded message.|
|Subject||Subject of the message.|
|Text||Text contained in a non-multipart message.|
|To||Collection of recipient address strings.|
|AddAttachment||Attach a file to the message.|
|AddDigest||Create a digest message such as that used to archive newsgroup or mailing list correspondence.|
|AddHtml||Create a ready-to-send HTML email message.|
|AddMessage||Attach an existing message to the message.|
|AddText||Add a text body part, optionally specifying a character set.|
|Browse||Activate the edit window. This is a debugging feature that supports run-time access for message browsing and editing.|
|Decode||Decode a message from consecutive buffers of encoded data.|
|DecodeBuf||Decode a single buffer.|
|Encode||Generate consecutive segments of the encoded message stream.|
|EncodeBuf||Encode a buffer.|
|d>Forward||Create a "forwarded" message to the specified recipient.|
|Load||Load a message file.|
|Reply||Create a "reply" message to sender or all recipients.|
|Store||Store a message in a file.|
How easy is the Message object to use? Check out the VB example below which demonstrates creating a message with an attachment using the Message object.
' Smtp1.Message is a Message object
Smtp1.Message.To.Add "firstname.lastname@example.org" ' Specify the recipient
Smtp1.Message.From = "email@example.com" ' Specify the sender
Smtp1.Message.Subject = "Test Message" ' Specify the subject
Smtp1.Message.Text = "This is a test." ' Add message body
Smtp1.Message.AddAttachment "C:\company.gif" ' Add attachment
Smtp1.Login "mail.dart.com" ' Start the mail session
Smtp1.Send ' Send message
Smtp1.Logout ' End session