ImapX 2 is an IMAP library for .NET, supporting SSL, different IMAP formats (like Gmail, AOL) and OAuth2.
ImapX 2 is an extended version of the ImapX library developed by Andriy Mykhaylyuk from
HelloWebApps.com. Since the website is down and the author no longer supports this great project, we decided to revive it.
[ 15.04.2013 ] Release of ImapX 18.104.22.168:
A long awaited release with many bugfixes and a cool new feature - OAuth2 support! Thanks to all you guys who helped making this
release better with your feedback and suggestions! You can find a list of all updates been done to the library and the sample application
[ 07.01.2013 ] Release of ImapX 22.214.171.124:
An important release, containing fixes for attachment & body parsing. All methods that work with messages were updated to use UID command to prevent unwanted sequence number shifts. Thanks to Yaroslav T. for provided code snippets.
[ 16.12.2012 ] Release of ImapX 126.96.36.199:
Another update for the library, including fixes provided by Henkes
and iamwill (See issues
1424). Also fixed the project to build on .Net 3.5 without any errors.
[ 21.11.2012 ] Release of ImapX 188.8.131.52:
Today, we're happy to announce a new stable release of the ImapX 2 library! Please update to the latest version! The new release contains important fixes for bugs in the message processing, and also a stable sample application you can use to learn how to
How to contribute to the project
We're glad to hear your feedback about existing, and suggestions for new features. Feel free to use the discussion section and the issue tracker to let us know your thoughts.
You can also provide some financial support for the ImapX 2 project by donating an amount of your wish.
Feature list supported by the ImapX library:
- Folder management
- Message management
- Message saving in IMAP folder (like Drafts on Gmail)
- Custom IMAP server implementations (like Google and AOL)
- IMAP Search compatible
- New! OAuth2 Authentication
Who is using ImapX 2
Who is supporting ImapX 2
Laurens Kwanten (10$)