We have released new version 3.0 of AddEmail ActiveX. You can download demo version of AddEmail from www.traysoft.com. To upgrade your purchased AddEmail, please send your serial number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
AddEmail ActiveX 3.0 adds several new features and improvements while maintaining complete compatibility with previous versions. Source code written for AddEmail ActiveX 1.x and 2.x should compile and work with AddEmail ActiveX 3.0 without any modifications. Major new features added to version 3.0 are listed below. For more detailed information please refer to the AddEmail Manual.
Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 compatibility
AddEmail ActiveX 3.0 is fully compatible with all editions of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, 64-bit and 32-bit versions. On 64-bit OS please use 32-bit version of regsvr32 to register AddEmail.dll on the computer. Run command prompt as an Administrator and type in:
(assuming you copied AddEmail.dll to C:\AddEmail\ folder). You should see a message saying that the dll was registered successfully.
Automatic import of HTML with embedded images
With new version your program can automatically create HTML emails with embedded images by importing HTML files from disk. AddEmail imports specified HTML file, adds all images referenced in the HTML as inline attachments and modifies HTML as needed. Please refer to the ImportHTML and SimpleSendHtml topics in AddEmail Manual for more information.
SimpleSendXXX methods allow to specify sender’s and recipients’ names
New version adds support for “First LastName <email@example.com>” format to SimpleSend, SimpleSendHtml and SimpleSendAttachment methods. Now you can specify names in addition to e-mail addresses for sender and recipients in SimpleSendXXX methods.
Support for Unicode (non-ASCII) attachment names
New version supports Unicode characters in MailAttachment.File and MailAttachment.Name properties. AddEmail will automatically encode attachment name if it has any non-ASCII characters.
New property has been added to specify how long AddEmail waits for a response from SMTP server before reporting timeout error. Please refer to ReplyTimeout topic for more information.