Extract Emails using POP3 and IMAP Protocol – GroupDocs.Text for .NET 17.10

GroupDocs.Text for .NETWe are pleased to announce the release of version 17.10 of the GroupDocs.Text for .NET API. The latest release removes some obsolete methods from the API while provides some additional properties, updated parameters and improved performance of the API. The new feature added to the API in this release is the ability to extract text from the email server using POP3 and IMAP protocol. Just download the latest release or update your existing application to this release and enjoy all the features and enhancements made to the API in this release.

GroupDocs.Text for .NET API – New Features

Version 17.10 implements a couple of new features in GroupDocs.Text for .NET API. The details of these features are as follows: Please have a look at the API’s features to get an idea about all the features supported by our text extraction API.

.NET Text Extraction API – Enhancements

The API comes up with following enhancements in this release:

Removal of obsolete members

ExtractMetadata obsolete methods from ExtractorFactory class have been removed. For details, please visit this documentation article.

Additional properties for container entities

Containers now support the extraction of Date and Size properties of an entity.Please visit below links to documentation to see each container separately:

Updated parameters for PersonalStorageContainer

EmailSubject, EmailSender and EmailReceiver constants of PersonalStorageContainer class are marked as obsolete. For details, please visit this documentation article.

Improved performance of PDF text extractor

The performance of PDF text extractor is improved by providing ExtractMode for fast text extraction. For details, please visit here.

GroupDocs.Text for .NET – Available Channels and Resources

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


As always, you are welcome to share your feedback to improve this product. We will be happy to know your thoughts. Just create a forum thread and our dedicated support team will be there to respond.