Aspose.Email for Java allows developers to focus on implementing their own business logic for managing emails without having to know about format specifications or network programming.
Aspose.Email for Java can create, manipulate or convert message formats such as MSG, EML & MHT from within Java applications. The API can manipulate message contents, attachments, headers, and MAPI properties as well as the capability to send and receive emails via a number of popular protocols. It also provides the ability to manage message storage documents such as Personal Storage Files PST and Offline Storage Files OST. You can list, extract, add or remove messages from storage files as per your application specifications.
Overview of API.
Aspose.Email for Java only requires Java to work.
Aspose.Email for Java supports most commonly used message & message storage formats and more document formats.
Create & manipulate messages via API
Inter-convert message formats with few lines of code
Extract message header information
Add, extract & manipulate attachments
Create HTML formatted messages
Create message in draft mode (MSG only)
Traverse & read nested email attachments
Retrieve multiple recipients
Access MAPI properties
List user-created custom folders
Get folder path in OLM file
Multi-connection support for IMAP backup & restore operations
Multi-connection support for SMTP operations
Create ICF & VCF v3.0 files
Read Emails in ascending or descending order
Save MapiCalendar with HTML body format
Create & manage In-Place Archive at Office 365
Create folder hierarchy in PST using string notation
Specify creation & modify dates for ICS
Access Outlook for MacOS data file (OLM)
Configure SSL/TLS encryption on email client instances
Create contact in sub-folder of contacts at EWS
Create unified method for MAPI items fetching at EWS
Use HTTP proxy for email clients (SMTP, IMAP, POP3)
The Java Email library provides easy-to-use interfaces for the conversion of supported message file formats. In order to perform a conversion, all you need to do is to load the source file in the API object model and call the save method with the required parameters. It is really that simple!
API enables to create and format messages, attaching files and images as well as sending it to email addresses via SMTP protocol. Another facility that API provides is logging into POP3 servers via user name & password. Via API's APOP authentication feature, it is easy to get the full message or just the headers, view mailbox size & message count, delete messages from the server and much more. Few of API supported IMAP protocol features such as authentication, create, select, remove, query folders, get and save messages and change message flags.
Aspose.Email iCalendar API enables to create, extract and save Outlook Calendar objects in various formats. It provides the capability to save as MSG or ICS documents as well as retrieve, send, update & cancel meeting requests via message sending protocols.
Aspose.Email for Java API allows managing Outlook storage formats. You can load PST & OST files from disk or a stream, get folder and sub-folder information from the message archive, retrieve message-specific details such as subject, sender, recipient and save messages to either disk or stream.
Apart from parsing an existing PST, the library also provides the means to create a PST file from scratch and add messages to any folder of it.
// create an instance of PersonalStorage PersonalStorage pst = PersonalStorage.create(dir + "archive.pst", 0); // create a folder at the root of PST pst.getRootFolder().addSubFolder("Inbox"); // add message to newly created folder pst.getRootFolder().getSubFolder("Inbox").addMessage(MapiMessage.fromFile(dir + "template.msg"));
Aspose.Email for Java is built using managed code that does not need Microsoft Office or Microsoft Outlook to be installed on the machine to work with emails processing. It is a perfect Microsoft Outlook automation alternative in terms of features, security, scalability and speed.