Are you a C++ developer looking to add email conversion features to your applications? Aspose.Email for C++ is the perfect solution for you. This API allows you to convert OFT file format to HTML. After that, you can use Aspose.Words for C++ to export HTML to TIFF. Both of these APIs are part of the Aspose.Total for C++ package.
Aspose.Email for C++ is a powerful and feature-rich API that enables you to convert OFT files to HTML. It supports a wide range of file formats, including MSG, EML, MHTML, and more. It also provides advanced features such as email conversion, message extraction, and more. With Aspose.Email for C++, you can easily convert OFT files to HTML with just a few lines of code.
Once you have converted the OFT file to HTML, you can use Aspose.Words for C++ to export the HTML to TIFF. Aspose.Words for C++ is a powerful API that enables you to create, edit, and convert documents in various formats. It supports a wide range of file formats, including DOC, DOCX, ODT, and more. With Aspose.Words for C++, you can easily export HTML to TIFF with just a few lines of code.
Both Aspose.Email for C++ and Aspose.Words for C++ are part of the Aspose.Total for C++ package. Aspose.Total for C++ is a comprehensive suite of APIs that enables you to create, edit, and convert documents in various formats. It includes APIs for email conversion, message extraction, document conversion, and more. With Aspose.Total for C++, you can easily add email conversion features to your applications.
C++ API to Convert OFT to TIFF
Get Started with C++ File Format APIs
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// load the OFT file to be converted System::SharedPtr<MailMessage> msg = MailMessage::Load(u"sourceFile.oft"); // save OFT as a HTML msg->Save(u"HtmlOutput.html", SaveOptions::get_DefaultHtml()); // load HTML with an instance of Document System::SharedPtr<Document> doc = System::MakeObject<Document>(u"HtmlOutput.html"); // call save method while passing Tiff as save format doc->Save(u"convertedFile.Tiff");
Parse OFT File via C++
Not only you can convert your OFT to TIFF, but you can read, manipulate, and parse OFT document. You can get subject, address, body, recipients information of the email by using MapiMessage class of Aspose.Email for C++ API. For example, you can check for a specific sender email for the conversion by using get_SenderEmailAddress() property.
// create an instance of MapiMessage from file System::SharedPtr<MapiMessage> msg = MapiMessage::FromFile(dataDir + L"message.oft"); // get subject System::Console::WriteLine(System::String(L"Subject:") + msg->get_Subject()); // get from address System::Console::WriteLine(System::String(L"From:") + msg->get_SenderEmailAddress()); // get body System::Console::WriteLine(System::String(L"Body") + msg->get_Body()); // get recipients information System::Console::WriteLine(System::String(L"Recipient: ") + msg->get_Recipients());
C++ API to Restrict TIFF File Format Editing
You can also add document protection features in your app while exporting the document from OFT to TIFF. Adding protection to your document is a simple process, as all you need to do is apply the protection method to your document. You can set protection type to ReadOnly to restrict the user to edit the document.
// create a new document and protect it with a password. auto doc = System::MakeObject<Document>(); // apply Document Protection. doc->Protect(ProtectionType::ReadOnly, u"password"); // save the document. doc->Save(u"DocumentProtection.PasswordProtection.Tiff");
Explore OFT Conversion Options with C++
What is OFT File Format?
The OFT file format is associated with Microsoft Outlook and is used for creating email message templates. OFT stands for Outlook Form Template. It is a file format that allows users to design and save pre-formatted email templates with specific layouts, formatting, and content.
OFT files are typically used when users want to create consistent and standardized email messages for repetitive tasks or common communications. They can include placeholders for variables such as recipient names or subject lines, making it easier to personalize the template for individual recipients.
When an OFT file is opened in Microsoft Outlook, it creates a new email message based on the template design. Users can then customize the content, add or remove recipients, and make any necessary modifications before sending the email.
OFT files are particularly useful for businesses or individuals who frequently send similar types of emails, such as newsletters, announcements, or responses to common inquiries. By using OFT templates, users can save time and ensure consistency in their email communications.
It’s important to note that OFT files can only be opened and used with Microsoft Outlook. Other email clients or applications may not support this file format. Additionally, when sharing OFT templates with others, it is essential to ensure that they are using Microsoft Outlook to utilize the template properly.
What is TIFF File Format?
TIFF (Tagged Image File Format) is a widely used file format for storing images, favored by graphic artists, the publishing industry, and photographers, both professional and amateur. It offers flexibility and versatility for image storage and manipulation. TIFF files can be either lossless or lossy. Lossless TIFF files retain all the original image data without any compression, resulting in larger file sizes. Lossy TIFF files, on the other hand, use compression techniques to reduce file size but may sacrifice some image quality.
Originally developed by Aldus, which later became part of Adobe, TIFF is now an Adobe specification. The most recent version was released in June 2009. TIFF files are supported by numerous image editing programs and have become a standard format for various applications.
TIFF files are commonly used when images require editing or manipulation. They are frequently utilized as input files in printing presses due to their high quality and ability to preserve fine details. Moreover, TIFF files are often chosen for archival purposes since they are lossless, ensuring that all image information is retained.
It’s important to note that TIFF files can be quite large, especially when uncompressed. As a result, they are sometimes converted to smaller formats like JPEG before being shared online or via email to optimize file size and transmission speed.