[Mono-list] Multipart e-mails question
kirillkh at gmail.com
Fri May 27 14:03:12 EDT 2005
Thank you for your answer. I have already discovered OpenSMTP and
SharpWebMail by myself, the latter apparently uses the former for
sending e-mails. Besides, I have found a couple of other libraries, so
I'll list them here for the benefit of other people.
A simplistic SMTP implementation.
Claims to be a full-featured SMTP/MIME library. No source code
provided, redistribution costs $$.
3. This functionality seems to be included into .NET v2.0, and I have
also found files in the System.Net.MIME namespace in Mono's source
control. Can anyone elaborate on completeness of this part?
I haven't tested any of the libraries so far.
Helge Lenuweit wrote:
> Hello Kirill,
> there are several projects on sourceforge on that topic. As I haven't
> worked with either of these, I can't comment on their quality or
> OpenPOP.NET: http://sourceforge.net/projects/hpop
> OpenSMTP.NET: http://sourceforge.net/projects/opensmtp-net/
> There is also SharpWebMail which has recently been discussed on this
> list: http://anmar.eu.org/projects/sharpwebmail/
> Best regards,
> Kirill schrieb:
>> Is anyone aware of a free library for sending multipart e-mail
>> messages for .NET/Mono? I was trying to find one, but so far have
>> discovered nothing, except quite expensive commercial packages and
>> advises to do it through the CDO bindings in .NET.
>> Mono-list maillist - Mono-list at lists.ximian.com
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