Email Formats Enhanced Support Introduced in GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET 17.9 API

Team GroupDocs is glad to announce another release of document report generation API version 17.9 also known as GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET API. The latest release adds enhanced support of existing features to the API, the most important changes are done to support document assembly for Email file formats and also providing bug fixes.
For a better experience with the API, we recommend you to download the latest release and try out the bug fixes provided in the latest version of the API.

Issues Fixed – Document Report Generation API for .NET

GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET introduces the following fixes in version 17.9 of the API:

1- Plain text body is lost for email messages

This issue is now fixed in document assembly for .NET API for the following email file formats only:

  • MHTML file formats
  • EML file formats
  • EMLX file formats

2- White spaces between non-latin characters are lost

.NET document generation API is also providing solution for this issue for the following file formats

  • HTML file formats
  • MSG file formats

3- Non-Latin characters are replaced with question marks

We are glad to inform you that new API release is also providing support for this issue.

  • RTF file formats
  • MSG file formats

For a complete list of features supported by the API, read the API features here.

Available Channels and Resources

Here are a few channels and resources for you to download, learn, try and get technical support on GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET:

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