Today, e-mails are one of the most important parts of a web application as the app. may need to:
connect to the user's e-mail addresses,
send large volumes of e-mails,
detect if the e-mails sent are bounced back or not,
& much more that are vital for the application to function correctly
MailBee.NET Objects is a set of powerful & flexible .NET components for accomplishing any e-mail related task easily.
There are 6 components provided: SMTP, POP3, IMAP, Security, AntiSpam & Outlook where each of them can be bought seperately or as a bundle with serious discounts (upto 66%).
What are the components?
It is the component for composing & sending e-mails with just a line of code.
E-mails can be sent with/without (can perform DNS MX lookups) a relay server & it supports every authentication type.
SMTP component can also send bulk mail + do mail merge over database, track accepted/refused recipients & much more.
It downloads mail from POP3 servers, parses them & prepares for display.
If wanted, the component can download only the headers & get "already downloaded messages" (great for broken connections).
It also has support for secure TLS/SSL connections out-of-box (supports Gmail, etc.) which is generally a headache without such a component.
It is the POP3 component + download/manage folders, search, flag, upload, move, copy messages, download message envelopes or any specific parts or attributes of messages, etc.
This is for enabling MailBee.NET objects to communicate with TLS/SSL enabled mail servers & use S/MIME for e-mail encryption.
It can sign e-mails with a digital signature, DomainKeys and/or DKIM signature.
Using the AntiSpam component, it is possible to analyze messages using the Bayesian filters, return a spam score & take action (if necessary).
The best part is, it offers an auto-learning feature that will help keeping the spam database up-to-date.
It simply makes converting e-mails from .MSG format into .EML format & vice versa possible with a single line of code.
To sum up, MailBee.NET Objects offer every feature that can be expected from e-mail components. And, they go few steps further & enable processing server-side tasks like DNS MX lookups or antispam.
Also, the components are very well documented with samples & supported by a professional company + an active community.
P.S. This post is a sponsored review.