Both versions allow you to distribute AddEmail with your application without any additional payments. There are no run-time licenses and you can distribute AddEmail with your application on any number of computers.
In addition to all features of the Professional version, Enterprise version has multi-threaded SMTP engine that can send many messages very quickly. Enterprise version can also send emails directly to recipients' mail servers without using outgoing mail server of your organization or internet provider. The advantage of sending emails directly is that your application knows if a message was delivered successfully right away. If a message was not accepted (wrong email address for example), AddEmail returns error result, and users of your application can see that email address is wrong right away, without waiting for "message not delivered" email from the server. If you just need to send 50 or less emails to your employees or customers, Professional version should be enough.
|Unlimited number of attachments|
|HTML emails with embedded images|
|Import HTML with images from disk|
|Multiple To, Cc and Bcc recipients|
|Full Unicode support|
|Secure Password Authentication (SPA)|
|Encrypted connections (SSL/TLS)|
|Non-blocking asynchronous sending|
|Progress indication events|
|Multi-threaded SMTP engine to send large amount of emails very quickly|
|Send multiple emails simultaneously|
|Send emails directly without using SMTP Server|
|AddEmail Help and AddEmail Manual included|
|Free run-time distribution|
|Price (per developer)||$159||$299|
Please note that AddEmail Demo has all features of the Enterprise version enabled.
Please check SMTP settings and make sure they are correct. Try the same settings in other email software like Outlook. If you have a firewall installed on your computer please make sure it is configured to enable outgoing connections to port 25. Also some antivirus programs (McAffee antivirus, CA antivirus and others) have a setting to prevent programs from sending emails on port 25. The setting is called something like this: "Disable mass email worms from using port 25". Such setting prevents all programs except Outlook to send emails.
Please set SenderHostname property of SmtpMail object to the hostname (domain name) of the computer that sends email messages, such as “myserver.mydomain.com”. By default AddEmail uses computer name as the SenderHostname. Some mail servers perform DNS lookup on the hostname and refuse connection if DNS lookup fails.
Please submit a support request if you have any questions about AddEmail ActiveX. We are here to help you!
We will reply to your request in 1-2 business days. You can also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org