SMTP Client Control
Version: 1.0A built from the ground up using 100% ATL-based code, The ExEMail can be dropped into any language that supports ActiveX thus enabling an application to support full mail and file attachment transfers. ExEmail is fully SMTP RFC-compliant and provides support for binary (MIME) attachments and HTML email.
License: Free To Try $99.00
Operating System: Windows
What does ExEMail provide and other SMTP controls doesn't? The ExEMail is able to find the mail server where the message should be sent, from the recipent's email address, by querying a DNS server. The ExEMail supports block or non-blocking mode. It provides a range of events to let you know how the email message is delivered. The object model is intuitive, rich and flexible.
Here are the steps that follows in order to deliver an email message:
The component sends a query to the DNS server in order to get the SMTP hosts that are responsible for the domain recipent's email address.
Based on the DNS's response, the component is trying each SMTP server found to deliver the email message.
The component prepares and sends the information about the sender and recipents email addresses to the SMTP server.
If the server accepts the sender and the recipents, it prepares the message's data and sends it.
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