I’ve upgraded Aspose.Email from 3.4.0 to 4.3.0.
And since it tells me that IsEnableSsl is deprecated.
I use the following code :
// Set SMTP client
_smtpClient = new SmtpClient(mailInstance.Address, mailInstance.Port.GetValueOrDefault(25), mailInstance.Username, mailInstance.Password);
_smtpClient.EnableSsl = mailInstance.IsSslRequired.GetValueOrDefault(false);
What was the old behaviour of EnableSsl flag (SecurityOptions.SSLExplicit or SecurityOptions.SSLImplicit ?)
Also, the Aspose.Email documentation on the website is really not uptodate
Sorry, my previous email wasn’t clear enough, my question was :
EnableSsl = true match with which option :
SecurityOptions.SSLExplicit or SecurityOptions.SSLImplicit ?
Thank you for writing to us again. I would like to share that as EnableSSL property is deprecated, so you don’t need to take care of it. Only port and SmtpClient.SecurityOptions need to be set to SSLImplicit or SSLExplicit based upon the server settings being connected. You may please have a look at the following for more detail on SSLExplicit and SSLImplicit:
[Using an SMTP server with SSL ](http://help.fogcreek.com/9002/using-an-smtp-server-with-ssl)
[System.Net.Mail with SSL To Authenticate Against Port 465 ](http://blogs.msdn.com/b/webdav_101/archive/2008/06/02/system-net-mail-with-ssl-to-authenticate-against-port-465.aspx)
Please feel free if you have any other query related to Aspose.Email.
I have the same issue. Could you tell me, is the option "SecurityOptions.Auto" mean automatic choice between "SecurityOptions.Impicit" and "SecurityOptions.Expicit" without "SecurityOptions.None"?
SecurityOptions.Auto means automatic choice between all three options, i.e.:
- SecurityOptions.None (not secured connection)
Hi! Thanks for your respond!
One more question. I use IMAP4 connection with SSL, without specifying a port. And it works. Is it really IMAP or it automatically changed to another protocol?
Ok, Thanks you very much!
Could you help me one more time, please.
I’m trying to send messages using SMTP, and there is a success with specifying both 25 and 587 port numbers, but only after calling SmtpClient.GetCapabilities() method. If I don’t call this method before message sending there is an Exception “The server committed a protocol violation.” Do you know, why it is?