Aspose.Email for Python via .NET is a flexible yet powerful Email Programming API, that saves developer's time & effort to create, manipulate or convert common email message formats without worrying about the complexities of the underlying format implementation.
The Python Email API can be used for basic email management features such as message content editing and attachment manipulation. Moreover, the library also performs management of the message storage documents, sending and receiving emails through different protocols including POP3, IMAP & SMTP.
An overview of Python Email messages processing API such as calendar features, email validation, and message storage files manipulation capabilities.
Aspose.Email for Python via .NET can be used on Windows with Python 3.5 or higher.
Python Email API supports native Outlook formats, common email formats, and more document formats.
Email file format conversion & rendering
Send & receive emails with attachments
Download messages from POP3 & IMAP mail servers
Create & update tasks using iCalendar
Manipulate message storage files
Manipulate email attachments & linked resources
Send iCalendar compliant appointments or meetings
Support for SSL & TLS
Support for TNEF attachments
Aspose.Email for Python via .NET is a good choice if you are looking for an API to inter-convert email files. It provides easy-to-use interfaces for the conversion process while hiding all the ugly details of the underlying format specification. All you need to do is to load the source file in Aspose.Email object model and call the Save method with appropriate parameters. It is really that simple!
msg= MailMessage.load(dir + "msgtemplate.msg") # convert MSG to EML, HTML & MHTML formats msg.save("emloutput.eml", SaveOptions.default_eml) msg.save("htmloutput.html", SaveOptions.default_html) msg.save("mhtoutput.mhtml", SaveOptions.default_mhtml)
Aspose.Email for Python via .NET can be used to create appointments and save it in ICS format. The Python Email Library also allows to load appointments from ICS files, read or write appointment events, create an appointment as a draft and set participants status of the appointment attendees
Aspose.Email for Python via .NET provides the functionality to generate & save Outlook Calendar objects in MSG and ICS formats. Not only you can create and save iCalendar objects, but also retrieve, update, send & cancel meeting requests. Moreover, using the intuitive object model it is easy to dynamically produce and consume recurrence patterns in iCalendar RFC 2445 format.
Aspose.Email for Python via .NET API empowers you to create, send and receive emails using SMTP, POP3 and IMAP protocols. It allows you to log into POP3 servers by username and password or APOP authentication to perform email operations like: view mailbox size and messages count, retrieve the full message or its header, delete messages from the server as well as basic POP3 commands.
Aspose.Email for Python via .NET also supports IMAP protocol including its commands as well as authentication, create, delete, select, query folders, get, delete, save messages and manipulate message flags.
Aspose.Email for Python via .NET allows you to manage Outlook storage files such as PST & OST. You can perform a number of operations on existing storage files as well as create new PST files from scratch. Possible operations include folder listing, message listing, messages extraction and contacts in MSG format.
Along with Outlook storage files, Aspose.Email for Python via .NET also supports Mbox file format. You can use Aspose.Email for Python via .NET to load existing Mbox files and extract message information.
reader = MboxrdStorageReader(dir + "template.mbox", False) eml = reader.read_next_message() # Read all messages in a loop while (eml is not None): # show message subject print("Subject: " + eml.subject) # save message in EML & MSG formats eml.save("output.eml", aspose.email.SaveOptions.default_eml) eml.save("output.msg", aspose.email.SaveOptions.default_msg_unicode) # get the next message eml = reader.read_next_message(); reader.dispose();