Aspose.Email  for .NET

Send email via MailGun in .NET applications

Try the integration of Mailgun and an advanced C# library for sending emails with ease.

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Are you looking for a powerful and seamless way to integrate email capabilities into your .NET applications? Look no further! With Mailgun and Aspose.Email for .NET, you can unlock a world of possibilities for creating and sending emails with ease.

Apart from a reliable and scalable infrastructure for sending transactional emails, their tracking, validation system, and more, MailGun API enables its seamless integration into .NET applications, websites, or systems. It offers a range of functions that allow users to automate email processing.

See how easy the process of email sending can be with the power of MailGun API and some lines of code from our C# library.

Send Messages via MailGun using C# Library

In order to send a message successfully, set up a proper environment. Just follow some simple steps:

  1. Get started by signing up for a Mailgun account and obtaining the MailGun API key. It’s quick and easy, so you can move to another step.
  2. Install the library via NuGet or download its DLL and integrate it into your existing or new project effortlessly.
  3. Set up delivery service parameters and initialize the client.
  4. Leverage the combined power of Mailgun and Aspose.Email for .NET to send personalized emails, manage inboxes, and handle incoming messages with ease.

Our library provides a comprehensible code that you can insert and try with your app. Its key feature is a built-in error-handling capability, enabling you to detect and resolve any potential issues with message delivery efficiently.

Code Sample to Send Email

The provided code snippet demonstrates how to use the Mailgun API to send a message using the MailMessage class of the Aspose.Email for .NET.

  1. Create a new instance of the MailMessage class.
  2. Create the necessary options and initialize the client object.
  3. Use the Send method of the client object (Mailgun client) to send the MailMessage (eml) created in the previous step.
  4. Set up the monitoring of the sending process with the resp property and the display of each error message if any.
using Aspose.Email;
using Aspose.Email.Clients.DeliveryService;
using Aspose.Email.Clients.DeliveryService.Mailgun;
var domain = "YOUR_MAILGUN_DOMAIN";
var opt = new MailgunClientOptions { Domain = domain, ApiKey = privApiKey };
IDeliveryServiceClient client = DeliveryServiceClientFactory.Get(opt);

MailMessage eml = new MailMessage(fromAddress, toAddress, subject, body);

var resp = client.Send(eml);

if (!resp.Successful)
    foreach (var error in resp.ErrorMessages)

Asynchronous Method to Send Email

With our advanced API, you can take advantage of the asynchronous method to send emails. The asynchronous method starts the email sending process in the background, making it possible to execute other tasks in the meantime. Launch the method with just a line of code:

await client.SendAsync(eml);

C# API to Process Emails

Aspose.Email for .NET offers developers an extensive set of tools and a wide range of features to handle emails seamlessly within .NET applications. Some of them are:

  • Creating, loading, listing, merging, saving, sending messages, and more.
  • Processing attachments, headers, Calendar items, Contacts, etc.
  • Working with files of various formats: msg, pst, ost, oft, olm, eml, emlx, mbox, ics, vcf, html, mhtml;
  • Interacting with a variety of mail servers: SMTP, POP3, IMAP, SendGrid, Microsoft Graph, EWS.

The package includes comprehensive documentation and robust support, ensuring guidance and assistance throughout the integration process. Its well-documented classes and methods further facilitate developers in comprehending and leveraging the API’s functionalities effectively.