The new release of Aspose.Email for Java 3.0.0 is out now. Microsoft Outlook offers capability to create contact distribution lists in a PST. This feature was lagging in our API until this month’s release. Aspose is pleased to share that creating and reading distribution lists in PST is now supported by Aspose.Email. Users can access contact distribution lists from the contacts folder with a check on the message class which should be IPM.DistList. This month’s release also includes a number of bug fixes related to message conversion to various formats, retrieving and converting messages from a PST file, and encoding issues with different email messages.The main bug fixes added in this release are listed below:

- Support required for IPM.DistList
- <> brackets missing in Message-Id header value when EML extracted from PST
- Add Preamble text to multi-part EML converted from PST
- Exception resolved trying to load tnef email from file
- Email to MHTML conversion: Broken Link image display is fixed
- PST: Attachment now visible when MSGFLAG_READ is marked for a - MapiMessage added to the PST
- MSG TO EML: Headers disturbed after conversion
- Decoding issue is resolved while adding EML to PST
- Thai Characters in MSG file cause exception when loaded in MailMessage is now fixed
- Add constructors to MapiNote class
- Arabic EML body characters garbled when EML converted to MHT
- ValidateMessage doesn't report error
- Garbage characters found when EML containing Hebrew characters in the body is converted to MHT

Other most recent bug fixes are also included in this release.