ComponentPro UltimateMail

      Using UltimateMail in PowerShell

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      With only few steps, you can easily and quickly use UltimateMail component in PowerShell as described below:

      Loading assembly

      To load UltimateMail component for using in PowerShell, simply use the [Reflection.Assembly]::LoadFrom command as demonstrated below:

      PowerShell - Loading Assembly
      PS C:\> [Reflection.Assembly]::LoadFrom("C:\ComponentPro\UltimateMail vX.X.X.X\Bin\NetX_X\ComponentPro.Mail.dll")

      Loading the assembly from GAC

      PowerShell - Loading Assembly from GAC
      PS C:\> [Reflection.Assembly]::LoadFrom("ComponentPro.Mail, Version=X.X.X.X, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=0efede2d78b28dff")

      Using Imap class (similarly with other classes)

      Now you are ready to use all classes inside the UltimateMail component. For example, to Connect, Authenticate and Download a message from an IMAP server, you can use the following script:

      PowerShell - Using UltimateMail
      PS C:\> $client = New-Object ComponentPro.Net.Mail.Imap
      PS C:\> $client.Connect("myserver")
      PS C:\> $client.Authenticate("user", "pass")
      PS C:\> $client.Select("INBOX")
      PS C:\> $client.DownloadMessage(1)
      PS C:\> $client.Disconnect()
      PS C:\> $client.Dispose()