Welcome to Aspose.Email for Python via .NET
Aspose.Email for Python via .NET is a suite of flexible and easy to use class libraries brought together to produce a most unique and powerful email programming component. Aspose.Email saves you time and effort by allowing you to code complex message file handling into your applications quickly and easily.
Aspose.Email implements a number of network protocols, for example SMTP, MIME, POP3, IMAP; message file formats, for example EML, MSG, MHT; mail storage formats such as PST and MBOX; to allow developers to create a wide variety of email processing applications. Aspose.Email helps developers program without getting lost in the complexities of message format detail.
Aspose.Email for Python via .NET also provides classes and algorithms that are useful for time-oriented recurrence patterns, or schedules. Many applications need to manage this type of information and describing and manipulating events is often a complex task. Aspose.Email frees programmers from these details by providing a simple, standards-based interface that supports complex patterns. The central concepts are coherent with the iCalendar RFC (2445), so it is easy to incorporate iCalendar features into your python applications.
Aspose.Email for Python can be used in a variety of applications and can be integrated with any kind of application. It also provides fully featured examples so that developers can get up and running quickly. It can be used to perform a variety of tasks in applications. For example:
- Opening or saving emails in the form of EML or MHT files.
- Parsing/reading and saving Microsoft Outlook Messages and Outlook PST files.
- Dealing with MIME messages.
- Embedding objects in email messages.
- Sending bulk emails.
- Creating emails by mail merges from different types of data sources (DataTable or DataReader, and others).
- Sending iCalendar compliant messages.
- Working in asynchronous mode.
- Receiving and managing emails using POP3.
- Accessing and managing emails using IMAP.
- Verifying email addresses.