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Work with Extended Attributes of Message using EWS & Enhanced MSG to EML Conversion using Java

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What is new in this release?

We are pleased to announce the new release of Aspose.Email for Java 17.11.0 . This release introduces a new feature of working with extended attributes of messages using API’s Exchange Web Service (EWS) client. In addition, it also brings several fixes to other functionality of the API that further stabilizes the overall behavior of the API in terms of expected behavior. For a complete list of what is new and fixed.  This version of Aspose.Email for Java provides the capability to work with Extended Attributes of messages using the API’s EWS client. Extended attributes can be added to message in the same way as adding Named properties to messages. The API now has FetchMapiMessage method that allows to retrieve a message from Exchange server along with such properties associated with it. In addition to new feature, this release of API also includes several improvements in terms of bug fixes. This further adds to the overall stability of the API in terms of expected output. The main improved features & bug fixes added in this release are listed below

- EWS: Support for create, retrieve and update Extended Attributes for Emails
- Item moved event not fired for sub-folders
- Imap client attachment names issue. Content-Disposition filename is not parsed properly.
- EMLX attachments (MSG/EML) saved as separate emails in MBOX
- The (subject, to and from) disappears form converted MailMessage from MapiMessaage
- The exception occurs while loading MapiMessage from MailMessage.
- MapiRecipientType shows Unknown for all message recipients
- Mails not read from MBOX
- MSG attachment extensions changed to EML while converting MSG to EML
- Notes added to PST don't retain correct information
- Notes created from 2016 Note file don't open in MS Outlook
- Fetch calendar items returns error "Input string was not in a correct format"

Other most recent bug fixes are also included in this release.

Newly added documentation pages and articles

Some new tips and articles have now been added into Aspose.Email for Java documentation that may guide you briefly how to use Aspose.Email for performing different tasks like the followings.

- Working with Exchange Extended Attributes of Exchange Items
- Filter Appointments from Exchange Server

Overview:Aspose.Email for Java  

Aspose.Email for Java  is a Non-Graphical Java component that enables Java applications to read and write Microsoft Outlook documents without utilizing Microsoft Outlook. It enables developers to create new MSG file from scratch, update an existing MSG file, read Outlook MSG file & get its properties like subject, body, recipients in to, cc and bcc, Adding or removing attachment, sender information and MAPI properties.  Aspose.Email for Java  can be used with Web as well as Desktop Application.

More about Aspose.Email for Java

- Homepage of Outlook PST, MSG & EML Java Component, Aspose.Email for Java
- Download Aspose.Email for Java
- Online documentation of Aspose.Email for Java

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Aspose Pty Ltd,
Suite 163, 79 Longueville Road
Lane Cove, NSW, 2066
Aspose - Your File Format Experts
Phone: 888.277.6734
Fax: 866.810.9465
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