Use Ruby REST API to Send Cloud Emails

Create a simple cloud email management application in Ruby for sending, appending, converting and managing emails (MSG & EML).

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Aspose.Email Cloud SDK for Ruby

Aspose.Email Cloud SDK for Ruby

 
 

Aspose.Email Cloud SDK for Ruby is based on REST API that helps Ruby developers seamlessly integrate email management and archiving features into their cloud-based applications. You can send simple or MIME type cloud email messages using Ruby language with OAuth support. Attach files to your cloud emails for sending or downloading. Your cloud-based Ruby applications will be able to create a folder structure for storing emails in the cloud. Our Ruby Email Cloud SDK supports to work with MSG and EML email formats.

 

Advanced Features of Aspose.Email Cloud SDK for Ruby

 

 

Save email account with oauth feature

 

Send simple or MIME email messages

 

Append simple or MIME email messages

 

Create, list or delete email folders

 

Fetch and list email messages

 

Set red flag for email messages

 

Set email attachments

 

Fetch email properties

 

Download email attachments

Get Started with Email Management REST API

It is easy to get started with Aspose.Email Cloud SDK for Ruby and there is nothing to install. Simply create an account at Aspose for Cloud and get your application information. Once you have the App SID & key, you are ready to give the Aspose.Email Cloud SDK for Ruby a try with any language - on any platform that supports HTTP requests and responses. It is a REST API that can be used to create email archiving applications capable of managing and manipulating email messages.

Conversion between Popular Email Formats

Being a well structured API, Aspose.Email Cloud SDK for Ruby allows developers to convert hosted email messages on the fly as well as retrieve them from a mailbox. It can be used to convert between EML and MSG email formats.

 

Support and Learning Resources

 
  

Aspose.Email also offers, Email processing SDKs for other popular languages, as listed below: