Export EMLX to PCL via .NET

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

 

If you are a .NET developer looking to add EMLX to PCL conversion features inside your applications, Aspose.Total for .NET file format manipulation APIs are the way forward. By using Aspose.Email for .NET , you can convert EMLX file format to HTML. After that, by using Aspose.Words for .NET , you can render HTML to PCL.

C# API to Convert EMLX to PCL

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

Get Started with .NET File Format APIs

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

MailMessage message = MailMessage.Load("sourceFile.emlx");
// save EMLX 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.Pcl
document.Save("output.pcl", SaveFormat.Pcl); 

Parse EMLX File via .NET

Before converting EMLX to PCL, if you want to make sure that you are converting the correct email, you can load EMLX 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.emlx");
// check for SenderName 
if(outlookMessageFile.SenderName == "John"){
    //proceed with conversion process
}

Restrict PCL Document Editing via .NET

While saving the document from EMLX to PCL, 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.Pcl
document.Save("output.pcl", SaveFormat.Pcl);  

Other Conversion Options

EMLX TO PS (PostScript File)
EMLX TO EPUB (Open eBook File)
EMLX TO PNG (Portable Network Graphic)
EMLX TO JPEG (Joint Photographic Expert Group)
EMLX TO TIFF (Tagged Image File Format)
EMLX TO GIF (Graphical Interchange Format)
EMLX TO MD (Markdown Language)
EMLX TO EMF (Enhanced Metafile Format)
EMLX TO XPS (XML Paper Specifications)
EMLX TO ODT (OpenDocument Text File Format)
EMLX TO DOTM (Microsoft Word 2007+ Template File)
EMLX TO DOCX (Office 2007+ Word Document)
EMLX TO BMP (Bitmap Image File)
EMLX TO SVG (Scalar Vector Graphics)
EMLX TO DOCM (Microsoft Word 2007 Marco File)
EMLX TO OTT (OpenDocument Standard Format)
EMLX TO WORDML (Microsoft Word 2003 WordprocessingML)
EMLX TO DOT (Microsoft Word Template Files)
EMLX TO RTF (Rich Text Format)
EMLX TO DOTX (Microsoft Word Template File )
EMLX TO PDF (Portable Document Format)
EMLX TO DOC (Microsoft Word Binary Format)

EMLX What is EMLX File Format?

The EMLX file format is implemented and developed by Apple. The Apple Mail application uses the EMLX file format for exporting the emails. There are other applications as well that can open the EMLX files and convert these to other file formats.

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PCL What is PCL File Format?

PCL stands for Printer Command Language which is a Page Description Language introduced by Hewlett Packard (HP). HP created PCL to provide an efficient way for controlling printer features across many different printing devices. The format was originally developed for HP’s dot matrix and Inkjet printers, but has been part of various thermal, matrix and page printers with the passage of time. The format underwent several different revisions, resulting in different versions where each version was enhanced to meet the demands of time with respect to the printer control features. Today, PCL is the most widely spread printer language in the laster printer market.

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