EASendMail is a powerful SMTP component that allows developers to send email in C#, VB.NET, ASP.NET, and other .NET environments. It supports SSL/TLS, ESMTP, digital signature, encryption, and many other email features.
If you want to evaluate EASendMail before purchasing a license, you can use \"TryIt\" as the license code. This will allow you to use the component for free with some limitations, such as a footer added to each email message.
In this article, we will show you how to get a license key for EASendMail Tryit and how to use it in your .NET applications.
Step 1: Download and Install EASendMail
You can download EASendMail from the official website: https://www.emailarchitect.net/easendmail/download.htm. There are two versions available: ActiveX Object and .NET Class. Choose the one that suits your development environment.
After downloading the installer, run it and follow the instructions to install EASendMail on your computer. You can also install it on multiple computers or servers if you need to test or deploy your applications.
Step 2: Get a License Key for EASendMail Tryit
To get a license key for EASendMail Tryit, you don't need to register or provide any personal information. You just need to use \"TryIt\" as the license code when you create an instance of the Mail object in your code.
For example, if you are using C#, you can write something like this:
// create a Mail object
SmtpMail mail = new SmtpMail(\"TryIt\");
// set sender, recipient, subject, body, etc.
mail.From = \"firstname.lastname@example.org\";
mail.To = \"email@example.com\";
mail.Subject = \"Test email from EASendMail Tryit\";
mail.TextBody = \"This is a test email sent by EASendMail Tryit.\";
// create a SmtpClient object
SmtpClient client = new SmtpClient();
// send email
If you are using VB.NET, you can write something like this:
' create a Mail object
Dim mail As New SmtpMail(\"TryIt\")
' set sender, recipient, subject, body, etc.
mail.From = \"firstname.lastname@example.org\"
mail.To = \"email@example.com\"
mail.Subject = \"Test email from EASendMail Tryit\"
mail.TextBody = \"This is a test email sent by EASendMail Tryit.\"
' create a SmtpClient object
Dim client As New SmtpClient()
' send email
Note that you must assign the license code to the LicenseCode property of the Mail object before sending the email. Otherwise, an \"Invalid License Code\" exception will be thrown.
Step 3: Check the Result
After sending the email with EASendMail Tryit, you can check your inbox or spam folder to see if you received it. You should see something like this:
As you can see, there is a footer added to the email message that says \"This email was sent by EASendMail Trial Version\". This is one of the limitations of using EASendMail Tryit. If you want to remove this footer and enjoy other benefits of EASendMail, such as unlimited emails, priority support, lifetime upgrade, etc., you need to purchase a license from https://www.emailarchitect.net/easendmail/purchase.htm.