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We are giving integrated email system to a C# Application in which sending email is very familiar with SMTPClient or so. But we are finding difficult to create something to receive the email.

One of the method I found is to use third party components that I found on sourceforge and other is to use Outlook's dlls. I am sure there was nothing in .Net 2.0 but is it continue in 4.0 framework.

Can someone suggest where should I go.

Thanks & best Regards

Jaidev Khatri
Posted 8-Jan-12 0:05am
wilford.ramsey 28-Jun-17 7:55am
Here is a C# example of receiving emails that could also be useful to check.

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Office interop assemblies are available for .NET 2.0, they are not exclusive to 4.0.
JayKhatri 9-Jan-12 6:42am
I agree, I was really not looking to use it as I was looking for some database driven custom solution for my client. If there will be no hope. It would be my last option.

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