Export EMAIL to RTF via .NET

.NET API to Render EMAIL to RTF on Windows, macOS, and Linux without using Word or Outlook

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As a .NET developer, you may be looking for a way to add EMAIL to RTF conversion features to your applications. Aspose.Total for .NET is the perfect solution for you. Aspose.Total for .NET is a comprehensive suite of file format manipulation APIs that allow you to easily convert EMAIL file format to HTML. Once you have converted the EMAIL file format to HTML, you can then use Aspose.Words for .NET to render the HTML to RTF.

Aspose.Total for .NET is a powerful and comprehensive suite of APIs that allow you to manipulate a wide range of file formats. It includes Aspose.Email for .NET, which is a powerful API that enables you to convert EMAIL file format to HTML. Aspose.Words for .NET is another powerful API that allows you to render HTML to RTF. With Aspose.Total for .NET, you can easily add EMAIL to RTF conversion features to your applications.

Aspose.Total for .NET is easy to use and provides a wide range of features. It is designed to be intuitive and user-friendly, so you can quickly and easily add EMAIL to RTF conversion features to your applications. It also provides a wide range of features, such as support for a variety of file formats, powerful document manipulation capabilities, and more.

If you are a .NET developer looking to add EMAIL to RTF conversion features to your applications, Aspose.Total for .NET is the perfect solution for you. With Aspose.Total for .NET, you can easily convert EMAIL file format to HTML and then render HTML to RTF. Aspose.Total for .NET is a powerful and comprehensive suite of APIs that allow you to easily add EMAIL to RTF conversion features to your applications.

C# API to Convert EMAIL to RTF

  1. Open EMAIL file using MailMessage class
  2. Convert EMAIL to HTML by using Save method
  3. Load HTML by using Document class
  4. Save the document to RTF format using Save method and set Rtf as SaveFormat

Get Started with .NET File Format APIs

Install from command line as nuget install Aspose.Total or via Package Manager Console of Visual Studio with Install-Package Aspose.Total.

Alternatively, get the offline MSI installer or DLLs in a ZIP file from downloads .

MailMessage message = MailMessage.Load("sourceFile.msg");
// save EMAIL as a HTML 
message.Save("HtmlOutput.html", SaveOptions.DefaultHtml);
// load HTML with an instance of Document
Document document = new Document("HtmlOutput.html");
// call save method while passing SaveFormat.Rtf
document.Save("output.rtf", SaveFormat.Rtf); 

Parse EMAIL File via .NET

Before converting EMAIL to RTF, if you want to make sure that you are converting the correct email, you can load EMAIL document, parse it and have a look at your desired property. By using MapiMessage class of Aspose.Email for .NET API, you can get sender and recipients information. For example, you can check for a specific sender email for the conversion by using SenderName property.

var outlookMessageFile = MapiMessage.FromFile("message.msg");
// check for SenderName 
if(outlookMessageFile.SenderName == "John"){
    //proceed with conversion process
}

Restrict RTF Document Editing via .NET

While saving the document from EMAIL to RTF, you might need to protect your output document. Sometimes you may need to limit the ability to edit a document and only allow certain actions with it. This can be useful to prevent other people from editing sensitive and confidential information in your document. Aspose.Words for .NET API, enables you to control the way you restrict the content using the ProtectionType enumeration parameter. You can set your document to read-only by using the following lines of code.

Document document = new Document("HtmlOutput.html");
// apply document protection and set protection password
doc.Protect(ProtectionType.ReadOnly, "password");
// call save method while passing SaveFormat.Rtf
document.Save("output.rtf", SaveFormat.Rtf);  

Explore EMAIL Conversion Options with .NET

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What is EMAIL File Format?

An email file adheres to a specific format that is recognized by email programs. It comprises a header section and a body section, separated by a blank line. The header contains essential information such as the sender’s email address, recipient’s email address, subject of the email, and the date and time it was sent. The body of the email contains the actual message being conveyed. Email files can exist in either plain text or HTML format. However, HTML emails have become more prevalent in recent times due to their ability to incorporate images and other formatting elements.

The header of an email file provides crucial metadata that aids in routing and organizing messages. It allows the email program to identify the sender, recipient, subject, and timestamp. The body section contains the content of the email, which may include text, images, hyperlinks, and other media elements. While plain text emails are simple and accessible across various devices and email clients, HTML emails offer more design flexibility and interactivity.

With the widespread usage of HTML emails, senders can create visually appealing and engaging messages. HTML emails allow for the inclusion of branding elements, formatting styles, and multimedia content, thereby enhancing the overall presentation and user experience.

What is RTF File Format?

The RTF (Rich Text Format) file format is a versatile and widely supported file format for storing text documents with formatting. It was developed by Microsoft in the late 1980s as a cross-platform format that could be easily exchanged between different word processing applications.

RTF files are typically saved with the .rtf file extension and can be opened and edited by various text editors and word processing software, including Microsoft Word, Google Docs, and LibreOffice. The format allows for the inclusion of various formatting elements, such as font styles, sizes, colors, paragraphs, tables, and images.

One of the key advantages of RTF is its platform independence, which means that an RTF file created on one operating system can be opened and rendered correctly on another without losing formatting. This makes it a preferred choice for document exchange and collaboration.

RTF files use a plain-text formatting syntax, which means that the files are human-readable and can be modified with a text editor if needed. However, RTF files can be quite large in size compared to other formats like plain text or Markdown, as they store formatting information explicitly.

While RTF is primarily used for text documents, it can also support the embedding of other types of files, such as images and objects, within the document. This allows for the creation of more complex and visually appealing documents.