May I ask if is possible use Chilkat components to connect to MS Exchange 6.5 and higher ?
I am thinking about purchase of MailMan component or other as it is, however I would like read some example in C# for reading emails from Exchange and sending emails via Exchange
after connecting to the specified account domain/logname & password.
May I see some examples somewhere on your site?
May you recommend correct components please ?
Exchange Server (including v6.5 and higher) implements the server-side of the POP3, IMAP, and SMTP protocols. Therefore, any software that implements the client-side of these protocols will work with Exchange Server in exactly the same way as any other email server. (See the note below regarding NTLM authentication.)
The purpose of a protocol is to allow any client-side implementation to communicate with any server-side implementation. As long as each side correctly implements the protocol to specification, everything works. For example, a web browser implements the client-side of the HTTP protocol. You may not realize it, but it communicates with many different web server implementations: IIS, Apache, etc. You can browse the web because the both clients (i.e. web browsers) and servers correctly implement the HTTP protocol.
Therefore, all of the examples involving POP3, SMTP, and IMAP at http://www.example-code.com are examples that will work with Exchange Server.
The Chilkat Email license ($99 for a 1-Developer license) is what you would need for the POP3 and SMTP functionality. The Chilkat IMAP license ($199 for a 1-Developer license) includes all three: POP3, SMTP, and IMAP. Note: 1-Developer does not mean “1-Computer”. It simply means that one person may develop programs using the component. All Chilkat licenses allow for royalty-free redistribution, meaning you may use the component/library on any number of computers.
*** MS Exchange implements an additional authentication mechanism called “NTLM”, which is also known as Windows Integrated Authentication. Chilkat supports NTLM for POP3, IMAP, and SMTP.