An anonymous reader writes"We are pleased to announce the release ofAspose.Email for.NET 4.8.0. This month's release comes with a number of enhancements and bug fixes that bring more stability to the API functionality. Improvements include saving message to HTML, a feature for saving generic contacts, sending messages as TNEF, and support for additional MAPI properties. This month's release provides the capability to send an email in Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format (TNEF). This helps preserve the message contents that may get disturbed during transmission otherwise. The SmtpClient's UseTnef property can be set to true for all such TNEF emails before they are sent. This month's release provides support for some additional MAPI properties. This month's release introduces more generic classes for saving email messages to different output formats. These include SaveOptions, EmlSaveOptions, MsgSaveOptions and MhtSaveOptions. Each of these classes provide additional options for converting messages to other formats with specific requirements. This month's release provides the capability to save contacts, retrieved from a Gmail client, in MSG as well as VCF format. This can be achieved by calling the Contact class' Save method. The API's ExchangeQueryBuilder allows you to retrieve emails from a Microsoft Exchange mailbox with specified criteria. This month's release further strengthens this functionality by specifically searching for emails between date ranges. We have also fixed a number of bugs in this month's release which further improves the overall API functionality. These include encoding issues while conversion of messages to other formats, changes in appointment time during MSG to MHTML conversion, additional contents rendering when converting a message to MHTML and several others. The main bug fixes, new & improved features added in this release are listed below
Other most recent bug fixes are also included in this release."