Mailit for C/C++ Mac OS X 1.0.6
Mailit lets you send, receive and parse emails with your applications.
No knowledge of email protocols is required to leverage Mailit in your projects. Mailit provides rock-solid implementation of all major email standards including SMTP, POP, IMAP4 and MIME including TLS/SSL. Make use of DaconsTM 10 years expertise in email and leverage high quality yet cost efficient email functionality in your application.
Easy to use Make use of all common email standards in your projects. Choose easy-to-use high-level interfaces to save development cost. Integrate Mailit with a few lines of code. Our samples will get you started in minutes.
Ready for sophistication Besides high-level interfaces, Mailit provides a second set of detailed low-level interfaces. Thus, you can also fulfill sophisticated email requirements in your apps. Mailit always provides you with the right interface depending on the stage of your project.
Fully featured All major email standards such as SMTP, POP3, IMAP4 and MIME are supported. Send plain text or HTML messages. Make use of secure TLS/SSL connections out-of-the-box and empower your apps with multi-threaded email sending. Mailit supports international character sets such as US-ASCII, ISO8859-1, ISO-2022-JP, etc. For more details, please refer to the list of all features and RFC standards implemented.
Rock solid, High performance The core of Mailit is in use at Dacons\\\\\\\' 3500 customer sites with 10th of thousands of users. All email features have been proven to be reliable as they have been at work in production environments for years. Since Mailit is implemented in C/C++, it provides outstanding performance.
Support and maintenance updates With Mailit you get more than a software component. Free engineer support is available to you in any stage of your project. Maintenance updates are provided free of charge.
Straightforward licensing Licensing Mailit for C/C++ is straightforward: Purchase a single developer or a site license. Use Mailit in-house or bundle it with your solution royalty-free.
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