Active-X Control for Email Sending uses Base64 for Authentication - Multi-OS Shareware $19.95.
The SMTP OCX is a an Advanced Active-X Control which integrates RAS and SMTP mail protocols into one easy to manage solution.
The SMTP OCX allows you to send Email via any RFC compliant SMTP server which supports SMTP mail relaying. SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is one of the Internets standard technologies for sending email it allows you to send email quickly and simply without clogging up your internet connection / bandwidth.
The SMTP OCX supports Multiple file attachments (any file attachment is supported text and binary) which it correctly Base64 encodes for maximum encryption/compression and security when transmitting (binary only).
SMTP OCX 1.1.19 13-Feb-06 English 1.3 MB
The SMTP OCX Also supports Straight Text or HTML messages, straight text can be viewed by all Email Viewers, HTML emails only support HTML compliant email viewers such as OE.
The RAS aspects of the SMTP OCX control allow you to manage, enumerate or dial any connection(s) installed on the end user/your computer.
SMTP OCX Feature List:
Full Email properties (To, Cc, From, Subject, Message, Priority),
*Straight Text or Full HTML sending Interface,
*Multiple To, CC lists.
*Multiple Attachments (any size, any type)
Full SMTP Server properties (Server Name, Time Out),
Advanced Error Processing and Reporting,
Advanced Event System allowing direct Event reaction and Response to common actions such as Mail sending/failure and connection/disconnection,
Automated Dialing (connect to the end users default RAS/DUN connection to send emails),
Automated Internet Detection (Dial only if an existing connection is not present),
Automated Connection Termination (Hang Up dialled connections once email has been sent),
Connect directly to the RAS/DUN system to enumerate, edit and add any Entry,
Dial or Disconnect any DUN/RAS Entry.
|MAIL BASE64 Active. Control Sending Uses Authentication.|| SMTP OCX|
- Shareware Download from Daniel Paull
- Win98, WinME, Win2000, WinXP, Unix
- Install and Uninstall
- Minor Update