Aspose.Network for Java is a Non-Graphical Java component which enables Java applications to read and write Microsoft Outlook documents without utilizing Microsoft Outlook. It enables developers to create a new MSG file from scratch, update an existing MSG file, read an Outlook MSG file and get its properties (like subject, body, recipients in to:, cc:, and bcc:), and add/remove attachments, sender information, and MAPI properties. It can be used with the Web and as a desktop application.
|Tags||Read Outlook MSG file Create MSG file update MSG file MAPI properties extract attachments from MSG file|
|Operating Systems||Windows Unix Linux|
Release Notes: The long-awaited version of Aspose.Network for Java 2.3.0 has been released. It includes the iCalendar component. iCalendar is already part of Aspose.Network for .NET, and now you can generate dates according to the specified recurrence pattern in Java applications. This release also includes support for creating, loading, editing, and saving appointments in ICS format.
Release Notes: This release includes support for handling EML, MSG, and MHTML files. You can create new messages, load existing messages, parse message contents, make changes and save messages to the disk, convert from one format to another, read attachments, and more. You can also create a message in draft mode (MSG format only) and convert messages between any of the supported formats (EML, MSG, and MHTML).
Release Notes: This release supports reading Outlook PST files. It also enables users to read information about folders and messages from a PST file as well as extract and export messages from PST to disk in MSG format. Moreover, information about contacts and notes can be accessed from a PST file and saved to disk in MSG format.
Release Notes: This release can read Outlook MSG files and their properties like subject, recipients, sender, body etc. It can create new or update existing MSG files and update their properties, read and extract attachments from a MSG file, and read Outlook MAPI properties.