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Send Japanese Email

Download: Chilkat .NET Assemblies

C# source code showing how to send a Japanese email.

	bool success = false;

	// Create a mailman object for sending email.
	Chilkat.MailMan mailman = new Chilkat.MailMan();

	// Any string argument automatically begins the 30-day trial.
	mailman.UnlockComponent("30-day trial");

	// Set the SMTP server.
	mailman.SmtpHost = "smtp.earthlink.net";

	// Create an email object
	Chilkat.Email email = new Chilkat.Email();

	// Set the basic email stuff: body, subject, "from", "to"
	// (This source code file was saved as Unicode (code page 1200).)
	email.Body = "私はガラスを食べられます";
	email.Subject = "私はガラスを食べられます";
	email.AddTo("私は","support@chilkatsoft.com");
	email.From = "私は <programmer@chilkatsoft.com>";

	// Chilkat automatically recognizes that this email has Japanese characters,
	// and thus encodes everything as it is needed for the default Japanese encoding
	// of Shift_JIS.

	// It is possible to verify this by examining the full MIME text of the email:
	MessageBox.Show(email.GetMime());

	// The charset can easily be changed to euc-jp
	email.Charset = "euc-jp";

	// Now look at the MIME that Chilkat creates:
	MessageBox.Show(email.GetMime());

	// The charset can easily be changed to iso-2022-jp
	email.Charset = "iso-2022-jp";

	// Now look at the MIME that Chilkat creates:
	MessageBox.Show(email.GetMime());

	// If you want the iso-2022-jp body sent as 7bit, set the content-transfer-encoding
	// to "7bit" just before sending.  Otherwise the Japanese mail will be sent with
	// a base64 transfer encoding.
	email.AddHeaderField("content-transfer-encoding","7bit");
	MessageBox.Show(email.GetMime());

	// Send the Japanese email...
	success = mailman.SendEmail(email);
	if (success)
	{
		MessageBox.Show("Sent email!");
	}
	else
	{
		MessageBox.Show(mailman.LastErrorText);
	}

Important: The download for this example does not contain the ChilkatDotNet.dll which
must be downloaded and installed separately at http://www.chilkatsoft.com/downloads.asp.
Once installed, add a reference to the DLL in the project by following the instructions at
http://www.example-code.com/vbdotnet/step2.asp

 

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