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EasyMail Objects - Full Edition

Include email functionality into your desktop, client/server, or Internet application.

Published by Quiksoft Corporation
Distributed by ComponentSource since 2002

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EasyMail Objects - Full Edition

EasyMail Objects are a set of full featured COM objects for creating, sending, retrieving, displaying, editing and printing Internet e-mail. They were designed to allow you to quickly email enable your application because the EasyMail Objects handle all of the low-level details for you. Supported features include: SMTP, POP3, IMAP4, MIME, Base64, Uuencode, HTML, message printing, and much more.


The EasyMail Objects were built with state-of-the-art technologies including Visual C++ and ATL. They are small, stable, efficient, and fast. Each object consists of only one small file to ship.


The EasyMail objects maintain strict coherence with the Internet e-mail RFCs and supports all the latest enhancements including:

  • SMTP
  • POP3
  • APOP
  • IMAP4
  • MIME formats
  • Base64 and UUencoded file attachments
  • Base64 and quoted printable messages
  • All International Character Sets
  • HTML/RTF...

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Operating System for Deployment
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows 98
  • Windows NT 4.0
  • Windows 95
  • Windows NT 3.51

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Average Review Score: 4.5 (3)

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Most recent positive review

r.philipseThe Netherlands5
Works perfectly !!! We are very happy we bought this product because we now have added complete sending and receiving functionality to our application. Many thanks, Rudolf F. Philipse Spinware... Read more

Most recent critical review

steveUnited Kingdom3
Very nice product with lots of great functionality, but it does NOT provide an OCX interface, which prevented it from being used in some development environments.