How build a mail interface

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How build a mail interface

Post by mael94420 » 2007-11-04 17:07

Hi
To begin, sorry for my english,
I try to make an user interface to get mail and send them.
HmailServer is operating. I am using a client mail to recieve them but now I wanted to know how can i do to create my web mail.
I am a developper and i need to do this interface with asp.net language because i am using the web server IIS.
Can you say me how to get mail i recieve, I am using the SQL Server database wich was creating with the installation of hmailserver.
I know how to make an interface wich will send mail with my mail server but i don't know how to do a list of my recieved emails.

I hope you understand me.
Thanks for your answer.

Mael.

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Post by martin » 2007-11-04 18:11

If you want t build a web mail interface, you should use POP3 or IMAP components created for .NET. You should not connect directly to the hMailServer database for this. I'm not sure which POP3/IMAP components exists for .NET though. Google. :)

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Post by Kaan1983 » 2007-11-04 21:02

martin wrote:If you want t build a web mail interface, you should use POP3 or IMAP components created for .NET. You should not connect directly to the hMailServer database for this. I'm not sure which POP3/IMAP components exists for .NET though. Google. :)
I'm using COM API of hMail am I doing something wrong? :D If not mael94420 can use that too.

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Post by martin » 2007-11-04 21:29

I'm using COM API of hMail am I doing something wrong?
If you're using the COM API of hMailServer, your web mail client will only work with hMailServer. If you use a .NET IMAP-client, your web mail will work with any IMAP compatible email server..

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Post by mael94420 » 2007-11-05 10:54

Thanks for your awnser,
Kaan, can you say me more about "COM API of hMail" I don't know that, is it availaible with IIS?
At the moment,
your web mail will work with any IMAP compatible email server
it's not a real problem. I don't think having to do this thing again.
Thanks martin, i know now where i have to search to do that.

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Post by Kaan1983 » 2007-11-05 16:21

mael94420 wrote:Thanks for your awnser,
Kaan, can you say me more about "COM API of hMail" I don't know that, is it availaible with IIS?
Sure; check the documents out online. You can also find OSAN webmail in the forum, download it and check the codes.

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Post by Kaan1983 » 2007-11-05 16:24

martin wrote:
I'm using COM API of hMail am I doing something wrong?
If you're using the COM API of hMailServer, your web mail client will only work with hMailServer. If you use a .NET IMAP-client, your web mail will work with any IMAP compatible email server..
Thanks but I'm fine with the COM API and hMailServer, forget about the others :D I'm using the best ;)

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