OEAPI designed to help users of the world most popular email clients to automate daily email needs and necessary custom features. For example, with OEAPI it is possible to automate a flow of emails, create intelligent auto-responders, add connections to CRM applications and social networks, filter spam.
Windows Live Mail API supports newest Windows Live Mail 2012 and works on all current versions of Windows 8.
The API allows retrieving a list of available Windows Live Mail 2012, 2011 and 2009 contacts, reading and updating more than 60 contact properties, adding new contacts and deleting existing contacts. Documentation of the Address Book API available online. Free 30 days trial version can be requested on the product page.
The API allows managing email accounts of popular email clients on Windows. There are methods for listing installed email clients and registered POP3, IMAP or HTTP (Hotmail) accounts. It can read and modify all available account data, including display name, email, POP3, IMAP, HTTP or SMTP servers and user names. It works with Outlook (Outlook 2000, Outlook XP, Outlook 2003, Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010), Windows Live Mail 2012, Windows Live Mail 2011 and Windows Live Mail XP, Outlook Express and Windows Mail on Vista.
Unified Email Client API now fully supports IMAP and HTTP accounts, including Gmail IMAP, Hotmail and Live.com accounts. It can create folders, move messages around, lookup special folders, such as Drafts, Inbox, Junk Mail, Sent and Deleted, check for new mail, request downloading of a full message source, read and update message properties, create and send an email, read account details and all other features available for POP3 accounts.
New version of OEAPI introduces support of user interface features for Contacts view in Windows Live Mail 2011. Windows Live Mail API allows adding a new ribbon tab in Contacts view, listen for contact selection change events, selecting a contact and retrieving selected contacts. These features added to both .Net and COM versions of Windows Live Mail API.
ILkContact interface exposes around 50 properties of a contact, including WorkEmail, HomeEmail, First and Last names, Phone, Default IM and even online status and a status message of a contact. The full list of supported properties can be found in Windows Live Mail API online documentation at http://www.oeapi.com/site/docs/ILkContact.html
New version of OEAPI for .Net introduces possibility to easily write plugins and add-ons for email clients using managed languages, such as Visual Basic.Net and C#. It naturally integrates with .Net framework and does not require COM interops. The managed API supports all features included in a COM version of the SDK, including access to messages and folders, insertion of individual buttons to ribbon and toolbar, adding a new toolbar or a new ribbon tab, accessing and modifying email edit fields, such as To, Cc, Subject and email body text.
New version of OEAPI introduces possibility to insert individual buttons to ribbon and toolbar, add new toolbar or a new ribbon tab, access and modify email edit fields, such as To, Cc, Subject and email body text.
New release of OEAPI toolkit introduces a possibility to subclass an existing toolbar or a ribbon tab and insert individual buttons or groups before all other buttons.
Developers can review a unified plug-in development API and associated documentation on Development API page.