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SMTP Client

Features | Detailed Description

The SMTP Client is a component from the Clever Internet Suite library.
It allows you to send e-mail messages to mail server from your applications. This component implements a standard SMTP client as specified in RFC 821, RFC 2821 and RFC 2554 documents.

Available in .NET, VCL and ActiveX editions.


  • Send any e-mails in text, HTML, alternative MIME, UUE and AppleTalk formats
  • Authentication with different methods: LOGIN, CRAM-MD5, NTLM
  • Secure your SMTP sessions using TLS and SSL protocol
  • Support for most common SMTP extensions
  • Events for sending commands, receiving responses, e-mail sending progress
  • Custom SMTP commands and enhanced status codes
  • Free one year upgrades and support

Proxy server support

To use proxy in SMTP client, you can simple set-up the connection parameters (Server, UserName and Password) to this proxy server. As a result, the SMTP client will connect to the specified proxy server. The connection to the real mail server will be handled by proxy.

Send mail in just few lines of code

// [Delphi]
smtp1.MailFrom.FullAddress = 'John@company.mail';
smtp1.MailData := messageSource;

// [C#]
smtp1.MailFrom.FullAddress = "John@company.mail";
smtp1.MailToList.EmailAddresses = "";
smtp1.MailData = messageSource;

Samples, including WinForm clients with full source code

Please see the Demos code (MailProgress, MailSendReceive, SmtpClientSSL) and also the indexed Help documentation provided with the Clever Internet Suite installation to learn more about using this component in your application.

Includes support for Delphi, C++Builder, C#, VB.NET and Javascript.

Complete Delphi and C# source code

When Purchasing the Clever Internet Suite you receive the full sources for all suite components and also free unlimited support.



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