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Process the Microsoft Outlook Email Attachments in a .NET Viewer Application

An ‘attachment’ is a file such as a document or a photo that is attached to an email. It’s easy to attach pictures, files, contacts, emails and many other items to your Outlook messages. If you selected a file on your local computer or group document library for the attachment purpose, a copy of the file is attached to the email. The case: A software developer is making a document viewing application. Although, his application is capable to render the MS …

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GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET MVC based Front-End Powered by GroupDocs.Total

The GroupDocs team is always motivated to provide extra ordinary solutions to its users, in this regard we are glad to announce the front-end sample project for the ASP.NET MVC developers for GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET API. Although GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET and GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET APIs have been used to develop this UI Example, but mainly the purpose for this release is to empower the developers to write their own document comparison front-end using GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET 3.x. almost all the …

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More Enhanced GroupDocs.Viewer ASP.NET WebForm Front End

Based on our customers’ feedbacks and suggestions GroupDocs team is pleased to release another version of GroupDocs.Viewer ASP.NET WebForm Front End. With new enhancements and fixes, most of the reported issues have also been resolved in ASP.NET WebForm Front End. We recommend you to download and try the latest version of the application to explore our new and improved functionalities. Let’s have a look at the list of enhancements and fixes. ASP.NET WebForm Document Viewer – Enhancements ASP.NET WebForm Front …

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Working with Encrypted Documents in GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET

Specific document types, in particular Adobe PDF and the family of Microsoft Office documents (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) can be encrypted and password protected, i.e. may require a password to open them (do not confuse this with the password protection against document editing). Not a long time ago GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET was not able to display such encrypted documents. For the first time, support for encrypted PDF and Microsoft Word document was introduced in GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET version 2.16. And …

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Opening Remote Documents with GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET

GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET provides multiple options to open a document. Usually documents are stored in a form of files and are placed inside the root storage folder. Such documents should be pointed by using the .FilePath() method of the ClientHelper class, which is a main part of the GroupDocs.Viewer widget where all document- and display-related parameters are specified. When there is no way to get documents from files, they can be obtained in a form of byte streams. The .Stream() …

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GroupDocs.Viewer Plugin for One of the Leading Learning Platforms – Moodle

Moodle is a powerful learning management system that provides educators and learners with a robust set of tools for building and administrating collaborative learning environments. When integrated into Moodle, GroupDocs.Viewer enables both educators and learners to view and securely share documents, drawings and images in more than 50 different file formats – all from within Moodle environment and without having to install original software used to create the files. GroupDocs.Viewer is a multi-format HTML5-based document viewer that comes with a …

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InstanceID: using multiple simultaneous instances in GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET

Two months ago we presented a new feature called InstanceID in GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET for the first time. In short, InstanceID allows you to configure several simultaneous instances of GroupDocs.Viewer associated with different independent root storage paths. Since that time, we’ve received a lot of feedback on the feature and this time would like to clarify how you can benefit from InstqanceID and how to configure it correctly in more details. Those of you who are familiar with GroupDocs.Viewer for …

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GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET version 2.13.0 – caching PDF copies of original documents & using multiple root storage paths

Last week we’ve announced a release of the GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET library version 2.13.0 and its two new features – an option for caching PDF copies of original files and the ability to use the viewer with an unlimited number of different independent root storage paths. Today we’d like to write about these features in more detail to help you quickly set up and get the most out of them. Let’s start with the caching enhancement. As you may already …

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Protect Your Documents with Watermarks in GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET

One of the most requested and hence actively developed features in GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET is watermarking. Watermarking allows you to protect documents that you display on the web from screen-grabbing. In GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET watermarks are implemented as customizable text that can be added over a displayed document, overlapping its content. For the first time the ability to add watermarks was implemented in GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET version 2.0. In its first implementation, the feature had a number of restrictions. In …

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GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET Version 2.11.1 Released

We’re pleased to announce the release of the GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET library – version 2.11.1. In this release we’ve implemented over 16 improvements and issue fixes reported by our customers. In particular, we’ve improved PDF document rendering accuracy and fixed issues that caused incorrect text and other document elements flow when displaying documents in Internet Explorer 9. We’ve also improved handling of the email files (MSG, EML). When viewing an email message, its title is now displayed above the message …

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