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Mail.dll .NET Email Component (IMAP, POP3, S MIME) High Quality


How to Use Mail.dll â A Powerful .NET Email Component for IMAP, POP3, and S MIME


If you are looking for a .NET email component that can handle IMAP, POP3, and S MIME protocols with ease, you should check out Mail.dll. Mail.dll is a library that allows you to send, receive, and manipulate emails in your .NET applications. It supports various features such as attachments, encryption, digital signatures, compression, Unicode, HTML messages, and more.


In this article, we will show you how to use Mail.dll to perform some common email tasks such as connecting to an IMAP server, downloading messages, searching for emails, sending messages with attachments and S MIME encryption, and verifying digital signatures. We will also provide some code examples in C# and VB.NET to help you get started.


Connecting to an IMAP Server


IMAP stands for Internet Message Access Protocol. It is a protocol that allows you to access and manage your emails on a remote server. With IMAP, you can synchronize your email messages across multiple devices and access them from anywhere.


To connect to an IMAP server using Mail.dll, you need to create an instance of the Imap class and call the Connect method with the server name or IP address, the port number (usually 143 for non-SSL or 993 for SSL), and the security option (None, SSL or TLS). You can also specify the timeout value in milliseconds. Then, you need to call the Login method with your username and password to authenticate yourself. Here is an example in C#:


```csharp


// Create an instance of the Imap class


Imap imap = new Imap();


// Connect to the IMAP server


imap.Connect("imap.example.com", 993, SslMode.Implicit);


// Set the timeout value to 10 seconds


imap.Timeout = 10000;


// Login with your username and password


imap.Login("user@example.com", "password");


```


And here is the same example in VB.NET:


```vbnet


' Create an instance of the Imap class


Dim imap As New Imap()


' Connect to the IMAP server


imap.Connect("imap.example.com", 993, SslMode.Implicit)


' Set the timeout value to 10 seconds


imap.Timeout = 10000


' Login with your username and password


imap.Login("user@example.com", "password")


```


Downloading Messages


Once you are connected to the IMAP server, you can download messages from any folder on the server. To do that, you need to call the Select method with the folder name as the parameter. This will make the folder active and ready for operations. Then, you can use various methods of the Imap class to retrieve messages from the folder. For example, you can use the GetMessageByUID method to get a single message by its unique identifier (UID), or use the GetMessagesByUID method to get a collection of messages by their UIDs. You can also use the Search method to find messages that match certain criteria.


The methods that return messages will give you instances of the MimeMessage class. This class represents an email message in MIME format. It has various properties and methods that allow you to access and manipulate different parts of the message such as headers, body, attachments, etc.


Here is an example of how to download all messages from the Inbox folder and display their subject lines in C#:


```csharp


// Select the Inbox folder


imap.Select("Inbox");


// Get all messages from the folder


MimeMessageCollection messages = imap.GetMessagesByUID(Imap.All);


// Loop through each message


foreach (MimeMessage message in messages)


// Display the subject line


Console.WriteLine(message.Subject);


```


And here is the same example in VB.NET:


```vbnet


' Select the Inbox folder


imap.Select("Inbox")


' Get all messages from the folder


Dim messages As MimeMessageCollection = imap.GetMessagesByUID(Imap.All)


' Loop through each message


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