"Your components seem to superbly abstract different pieces of email communications and provide access to them through a neatly laid object oriented interface."
[ Tutorials ]
Using aspNetPOP3 in VS.NET [C#]
Using aspNetPOP3 in VS.NET [Visual Basic]
Using aspNetPOP3 WITHOUT VS.NET
[ Code Samples ]
Connecting to a POP3 Server
A simple example that connects to a POP3 server and retrieves the number of messages available, and the size of the Inbox.
Downloading a Message
A simple example that downloads the first message of a POP3 server as text.
Deleting a Message
This example demonstrates how to delete a message and cancel any pending deletes.
Download Headers as an ArrayList
An example that downloads message headers as an ArrayList
Download Headers as a DataTable
This example downloads message headers as a DataTable.
Saving Email To Sql Server
This project demonstrates how to download email messages from a POP3 server and insert them into a Sql Server database. Note: You will need to download aspNetPOP3/aspNetMime and set the appropriate references to get this project to compile.
Advanced Samples Demonstrating aspNetPOP3 and
Referencing Headers Part I
A brief example of referencing different headers in a Mime Message (and checking for null).
Referencing Headers Part II
A brief example of referencing different headers in a Mime Message (and returning empty strings, instead of nulls).
An example of saving the attachments of an email to a directory.
Sending Images to an ASP.NET Response Stream
This example writes embedded images to the response stream of an ASP.NET web page.
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The box is not shipped. aspNetPOP3 is a downloadable product.
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Last Updated: Monday, May 25, 2020