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Just a month later since the previous release of MailBee.NET Objects, there is a new one hot off the grill. In this version: long awaited support of import and export between MailBee.Mime.MailMessage and System.Net.Mail.MailMessage objects Outlook Message Converter now extracts RTF body from .MSG files (earlier, only plain-text body was extracted) support of many new bounced e-mail formats better recognition of ESMTP authentication capabilities Already a registered user? Upgrade easily: download the latest version from reinstall and use it with your existing license key Ready to purchase? Order MailBee.NET Objects online: Would like to read more? Please navigate to: Have questions? Please post your inquiry... (more)

WebMail Pro v4.6 Is Out

Why are we so confident about the first point? Because IMAP support in WebMail Pro now includes quotas for automatic mailbox size management, direct search on IMAP server, and new easy-to-use approach to deleting e-mails. And what's so special in cPanel support? Because it's now really easy for the server admin to add WebMail Pro into the list of applications available for installation by domain admins. And, for the domain admin, it's just a matter of typing URL and license key for the application in order to have it installed for the particular domain. However, even if you're not ... (more)

MailBee.NET Outlook Converter Reads and Writes .MSG Files

The just released MailBee.NET Objects v5.5 introduces MailBee.NET Outlook Converter component which can read and write files and streams in OLE2 format (binary format of .MSG files). You can also load MailMessage objects from .MSG data or write these objects into .MSG format. You can read more on MailBee.NET Outlook Converter at: Like other MailBee.NET components, MailBee.NET Outlook Converter is included into MailBee.NET Objects package and can be licensed either separately or within the bundle. Other changes of MailBee.NET Ob... (more)

WebMail Pro v4.5: Installs Easier, Works Faster

The spring is here, finally! And so is the next release of WebMail Pro, which now offers support of right-to-left languages, greatly improved performance and easier installation process. We're excited how fast the new WebMail Pro works, and how it looks with the new default skin. But for some of you, even more important change may be RTL (right-to-left) support, a kind of user interface layout optimized for Arabic and Hebrew languages. Some good news if you are lazy. New version comes with a web installer wizard which helps you setup the product and avoid common pitfalls. You can u... (more)

MailBee Objects v5.6 (ActiveX) Goes 64-Bit

We're happy to say that it has finally happened: ActiveX version of MailBee components now includes the 64-bit version. Although most new projects for Windows are using .NET, there are lots of legacy projects developed for the classic ASP/ActiveX platform that still exist and need to successfully evolve toward the 64-bit platforms. You can now protect your investments in the legacy MailBee ASP code when migrating to 64-bit Windows. The new MailBee64.dll is included in the installation package, and it uses the same license key (no upgrade fees). The 64-bit DLL is fully compatible wi... (more)