Mail.Subject Property

Gets the subject of the e-mail message.

[Visual Basic]
Public Property Subject As String
public string Subject {get;}
public: __property String^ get_Subject();
public function get Subject() : String;

Property Value

A String value indicating the subject of the e-mail message.


There is a tail "(Trial Version)" in subject with trial version of EAGetMail POP3 & IMAP4 Component.


[Visual Basic, C#, C++] The following example demonstrates how to parse email subject. To get the full samples of EAGetMail, please refer to Samples section.

[Visual Basic - Parse Email Subject]
Imports EAGetMail

Public Sub ParseSubject()
    Dim oMail As New Mail("TryIt")
    oMail.Load("c:\test.eml", False)

    Console.WriteLine("Subject: {0}", oMail.Subject)
End Sub

[C# - Parse Email Subject] using System; using System.Collections; using EAGetMail; public static void ParseSubject() { Mail oMail = new Mail("TryIt"); oMail.Load("c:\\test.eml", false); Console.WriteLine("Subject: {0}", oMail.Subject); }
[C++/CLI - Parse Email Subject] using namespace System; using namespace System::Collections; using namespace EAGetMail; Void ParseSubject() { Mail ^oMail = gcnew Mail("TryIt"); oMail->Load("c:\\test.eml", false); Console::WriteLine("Subject: {0}", oMail->Subject); }

See Also

Mail.ReplyTo Property
Mail.To Property
Mail.From Property
Mail.TextBody Property
Mail.HtmlBody Property
Mail.Attachments Property

Online Tutorials

Parse Email in C# - Tutorial
Parse Email in VB.NET - Tutorial
Parse Email in C++/CLI - Tutorial