Internet Mail Suite (IMS) lets you do much more than send and receive Internet mail. We kept this name only for historical reasons. First version of IMS, released as early as in 1996, was handling only Internet mail related protocols. Later we added the components, implementing other standards, but decided to keep the name.
And, now, we enhanced it again. Starting from this version, you will be able to create server applications.
In the Internet Mail Suite 2.0 you will find following components:
TmsClientSocket - multi-purpose client socket, an ancestor of other high level IMS client components;
TmsSMTPClient - implementation of Standard Mail Transfer Protocol; Lets you send Internet mail;
TmsPOPClient - implementation of Post Office Protocol version 3; Lets you receive Internet mail;
TmsMessage - implementation of Internet Mail message format, according to rfc822; Lets you prepare, the email messages according to Internet standards, also parse the content of received email messages;
TmsNNTPClient - implementation of Network News Transfer Protocol; Lets you post and retrieve the articles to/from the Usenet;
TmsArticle - modification of TmsMessage component for NNTP;
TmsFTPClient - implementation of File Transfer Protocol; Lets you transfer the files to/from computers running FTP server;
TmsHTTPClient - implementation of Hypertext Transfer Protocol; Allows to retrieve the files from the Web, also post the data to HTTP servers;
TmsSimpleListenerSocket - Allows you to write a Server, which does not require to handle multiple connections;
TmsListenerSocket - Allows you to develop more complex servers, which can handle multiple connections in multiple threads.
You also will find very useful class - TmsWinsock, which lets you get various useful information about your winsock configuration, retrieve your own local IP address and local name, perform reverse lookup, and call winsock functions directly.
Registered users will receive full source code, and support by email. And, as our old customers know, we do provide support. All questions are answered within 24 hours.
New registration is US$129.00. IMS can be ordered via Digibuy secure server. They accept all major credit cards online, by phone, or by fax. You also can mail them a check, or use corporate purchase order.
Credit card verifications are instant. As soon as your order has been processed, you will receive an email, which, along with a receipt, contains a link to the registered version of IMS 2. So, you can get it almost instantly.
Upgrade for registered users of previous versions of IMS is US$35.00. You also can place the order with Digibuy using the same methods as above. But, the receipt you will get, will not contain the link to the registered version. We will send it to you by email, after we verify your name with our database. But, in all cases, you will get it within 24 hours.
Support can be obtained by sending the email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or at our Support page.