Description: Emails are a powerful method of communication with the ability to send messages and files around the world almost immediately, free of charge. Being able to send and receive emails on your device within your eVB, VB.NET or C# application allows you to communicate with the largest audience, whether it is a sales manager back in the office or a customer. The Sapphire Mail Function Library has been designed to work with the device’s built in mail box features to allow you to configure the mail box and compose new messages. You can also receive messages from the mail box. This allows a user continue to manage their emails through the application or via the Pocket PC Inbox application. The Sapphire Mail Function Library makes composing and reading emails easy by providing functionality such as Creating a new Pocket PC mail box, Creating new emails and Attach a file to outgoing emails, Reading the contents of the inbox and Extracting the attachment from an incoming email. Royalty Free Licence. When you purchase a developer’s licence, you are free to use the DLL in any number of your projects and deploy it to all the devices to your clients. There’s no need for royalties based on the scale of your project, just a one off fee. You will also get 12 months email support and discounted upgrades for future developments.
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First backdoor trojan found for Windows Mobile Pocket PC Not long after the first proof-of-concept Pocket PC virus was found, a real trojan program is being distributed, targeting this platform. Brador.a (or WinCE.Brador.a as defined by Symantec) is a backdoor (a utility allowing for remote administration of ..