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ID: 22436, PowerTCP Secure Mail for .NET 1.0.0

by Alex Gladshtein Email: Anonymous

Enable comprehensive SMTP, POP, and IMAP communications with the security of SSL encryption and certificate authentication, along with powerful, stream-based, message encoding/decoding.
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Updated on Fri, 01 Oct 2004 13:01:05 GMT
Originally uploaded on Fri, 01 Oct 2004 13:01:44 GMT
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PowerTCP Secure Mail for .NET enables SMTP, IMAP, and POP components to establish secure connections to mail servers and provides both server and client authentication from any application built using .NET. Support for Implicit and Explicit SSL security assures the widest range of secure mail server compatibility, including Microsoft Exchange, IMail, CommuniGate Pro, and most other mail servers that support SSL-based security and authentication. The "MessageStream" technology enables the creation and manipulation of basic and complex mail messages without having to learn the complexities of message decoding/encoding. The bi-directional MessageStream class provides a stream interface that decodes and encodes MIME and non-MIME messages. For authoring, messages are easily created using the same object model. To make complex message creation even easier, high-level functionality enables the creation of HTML mail with only one line of code.

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