PBEmail it's an advanced email component with full security features. It includes S/MIME encryption and signing, SSL/TLS protocol support, and direct sending without an SMTP server configuration. Includes both ActiveX OCX and ActiveX DLL.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
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PBEmail 2006 ActiveX Edition 2006 PBEmail™ 2006 ActiveX Edition is an award-winning email component with full security features. It includes S/MIME encryption and signing, SSL/TLS protocol support, and direct sending without an SMTP server configuration.
Description: Award-winning PBEmail is an Email Component that includes an ActiveX Control (OCX) and ActiveX DLL. It can send emails without any SMTP server configuration by the user.
PBEmail detects the recipient's SMTP server and sends each email directly, bypassing any SMTP server!: No other Mailing Component does this.
You can send a virtually unlimited number of emails simultaneously because PBEmail is fully multi-threaded.
Security it's important for us, and that's why PBEmail includes SSL/TLS support, and S/MIME signing and encryption to be one of the most secure email component in the market.
Every Email sent using the PBEmail Component can include attachments, and can be formatted in HTML, text or alternate. It supports related content, and you can even ask for a receipt when read. XML export and import it's fully supported.
Includes Documentation with examples for every method and properties.
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