Category Archive: GroupDocs.Text Product Family

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

We 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 … Continue reading

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GroupDocs.Text for .NET 17.9.0 Extracts emails from Microsoft Exchange Server

We are really pleased to announce the release of version 17.9.0 of the GroupDocs.Text for .NET API. The latest release removes some obsolete methods from the API while adding CHM files media type detector to the API. Most noteworthy feature … Continue reading

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CHM Files Now Supported in Version 17.8.0 of GroupDocs.Text for .NET

Team GroupDocs is pleased to notify its users about the regular monthly release of version 17.8.0 of the .NET Text extraction API. The latest release introduces support for .chm files and allows its users to extract text from CHM files. … Continue reading

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DOT Files Supported in Version 17.7.0 of GroupDocs.Text for .NET

It gives us immense pleasure to inform our customers about the release of a newer version, that is version 17.7.0, of GroupDocs.Text for .NET API. Like the previous releases, this release also focuses on improving the API and has introduced … Continue reading

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Extract Formatted Highlights Using GroupDocs.Text for .NET 17.6.0

Team GroupDocs is pleased to announce the monthly release of version 17.06.0 of the GroupDocs.Text for .NET API. This version comes up with a couple of new features along with an enhancement. The text extraction API now allows extracting formatted … Continue reading

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GroupDocs.Text for .NET 17.5.0 Now Supports FB2 Files

We are really pleased to announce the monthly release of GroupDocs.Text for .NET 17.5.0 API. This release comes up with a number of new features. GroupDocs.Text for .NET now allows text extraction in Fiction books i-e in FB2 files. The … Continue reading

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Read Structured Text Using GroupDocs.Text for .NET 17.04.0

We are pleased to announce the monthly release of version 17.04.0 of the GroupDocs.Text for .NET API. This version comes up with a major feature related to the implementation of the architecture to read structured text in documents. The API … Continue reading

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EPUB Documents Now Fully Supported in GroupDocs.Text for .NET 17.03.0

We are really pleased to announce the monthly release of GroupDocs.Text for .NET 17.03 API. This release comes up with five new features. GroupDocs.Text has extended the Media type detector class and the API is now able to detect ZIP … Continue reading

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Use All Highlight Extraction Modes with Search Functionality in GroupDocs.Text for .NET 17.02.0

Team GroupDocs is really delighted to announce the monthly release of version 17.02.0 of the GroupDocs.Text for .NET API. This version comes up with a number of new features along with an enhancement related to using highlight extraction modes with … Continue reading

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Introducing New Features in GroupDocs.Text Front End

GroupDocs team is pleased to announce exciting new features in Front End for GroupDocs.Text for .NET API. In this new release, we are providing user ability to search text within document and extract highlighted text. Furthermore, user can now extract … Continue reading

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