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ActiveXperts Email Component provides an easy-to-use programming interface to SMTP- and POP3 email communications. It's perfectly suited for situations in which e-mails need to be sent/received automatically, in batches, from custom applications, webservers, or from the command-line.
|Startup screen||MS Visual Studio||.NET web application||.NET GUI application||Console application|
ActiveXperts Email Component features the following:
Sample are provided for many development platforms, including:
Samples are included with the product, but can also be downloaded from our FTP site.
ActiveXperts Email Component is available as a 32-bit component and as a 64-bit component (both part of the product):
Email Component runs on the following Operating Systems:
The following code snippets (VBScript) illustrate how to use Email Component .
SMTP: Send a plain text e-mail to a single recipient Set objSmtpServer = CreateObject("AxEmail.Smtp") ' Create SMTP object Set objSmtpMail = CreateObject("AxEmail.Message") ' Create e-mail object objSmtpServer.Connect( "smtp.mydomain.com" ) Wscript.Echo "Connect, result: " & objSmtpServer.LastError ' Set mail properties objSmtpMail.FromAddress = "firstname.lastname@example.org" ' Sender's e-mail address objSmtpMail.FromName = "Email Component Demo" ' Sender's displayname objSmtpMail.Subject = "Email Component Message" ' Subject objSmtpMail.BodyPlainText = "Hello, world" ' Body objSmtpMail.AddTo "email@example.com", "Recipient 1" ' Add a recipient objSmtpServer.Send( objSmtpMail ) ' Send now WScript.Echo "Send, result: " & objSmtpServer.LastError WScript.Echo "Last response: " & objSmtpServer.LastSmtpResponse objSmtpServer.Disconnect ' Finally, disconnect
|Send e-mail via SMTP||X||X||X|
|Receive e-mail via POP3||-||X||X|
|Use on any company computer||-||X||X|
|Distribution of component||-||-||X|
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