Aspose.Email Cloud 19.11 Release Notes

API changes

Aspose.Email Cloud 19.11 comes with new v3.0 API, which includes:

  • SaaSposeResponse model was removed.
  • All POST, PUT, DELETE actions parameters were moved from query to the request`s body 

New features

Introducing new APIs for VCard, iCalendar files and MAPI messages

  • VCard, also known as VCF (Virtual Contact File), is a file format standard for electronic business cards, which is popular.  VCards are often attached to e-mail messages. They can contain name and address information, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, URLs, logos, photographs, and audio clips. 
  • Messaging Application Programming Interface (MAPI) is an API for Microsoft Windows which allows programs to become email-aware. While MAPI is designed to be independent of the protocol, it is usually used to communicate with Microsoft Exchange Server.
  • iCalendar allows users to store and exchange calendaring and scheduling information such as events, to-dos, journal entries, and free/busy information.  For example, you need to get iCalendar properties using .NET SDK. You can use the following code to achieve this. 
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Threading.Tasks;
using Aspose.Email.Cloud.Sdk.Api;
using Aspose.Email.Cloud.Sdk.Client;
using Aspose.Email.Cloud.Sdk.Model;
using Aspose.Email.Cloud.Sdk.Model.Requests;

namespace Example
    internal static class Program
        public static async Task Main(string[] args)
            var configuration = new Configuration
                AppKey = "app key",
                AppSid = "app secret",
                ApiVersion = "v3.0",
                ApiBaseUrl = ""
            var api = new EmailApi(configuration);
            var response = await api.GetCalendarAsync(new GetCalendarRequest("sample.ics", "1", "First Storage"));
            Console.WriteLine(response.Name); /\* Prints "CALENDAR" \*/
            foreach(var property in response.InternalProperties)
                Console.WriteLine(property.Name); /\* Prints iCalendar property names \*/
  • GetCalendarAsync This method gets iCalendar files list in the folder on the storage.  To use this method you need to pass three requirement parameters: folder path in the storage, items count on the page and page number
  • GetCalendarRequest This method is intended to get calendar file properties. To use this method you should pass only one parameter – calendar file name in the storage.

Storage APIs are included in Email

To provide a better user experience and unification, we added storage APIs into Email. For example, to upload a file with .NET SDK, you just need to use EmailApi class. This approach makes developing easier.

using(var stream = File.OpenRead("someFile.ext")) {
    var uploadRequest = new UploadFileRequest("folder/on/storage/fileName.ext", stream, "Storage Name");
    await api.UploadFileAsync(uploadRequest);

SDK changes

  • PHP SDK package renamed to “aspose/aspose-email-cloud” 
  • Java SDK package renamed to “aspose-email-cloud”
  • Python SDK package renamed to “aspose-email-cloud” (old package is removed from PYPI)
  • NodeJs SDK package renamed to “@asposecloud/aspose-email-cloud” 
  • NET SDK now supports multiple target frameworks, such as: net20, net452, netstandard2.0, Xamarin.iOS10, Xamarin.Mac20, MonoAndroid60
  • .NET SDK contains async methods for frameworks net452 and netstandard2.0
  • All SDKs include Storage APIs
  • .NET, Ruby, Python, Java SDKs now have full-reference documentation in markdown files. See GitHub repositories:
  • All SDKs provide all API methods in the one EmailApi class, including storage methods.