Internet Components is a collection of useful ActiveX components for
programs and ASP / ASP.NET pages that need to communicate over the
Internet / intranet. Controls for sending & receiving e-mail messages,
FTP, ping, time servers, WHOIS servers, credit cards etc are included.
is a collection of powerful ActiveX components that can be used for
communication over the Internet or for communication between computers
in intranet systems. The components can be used by programs running in
client computers or installed in servers and used by ASP / ASP.NET
The tool contains components for
sending and receiving e-mail messages (using the SMTP and POP3
protocols), communication with FTP servers, retrieving current time from
a time server on the Internet, pinging machines on the Internet or in
intranet systems, reading WHOIS information. Some general purpose
components are also included in this tool box, for example a log file
control, an alarm control, a high-resolution timer and a control for
validating credit card numbers.
The components in the SamLogic
Internet Components toolbox can be used in all applications and
programming languages that can handle ActiveX controls, for example
Visual Basic, Visual Basic for Application (VBA), Visual C++, Delphi,
Access etc. The ActiveX controls can also be used in ASP pages and
ASP.NET (ASPX) pages. The components are fully compatible with Microsoft
More information is available here.
The controls have been careful tested and have been in real world
environments for many years now. All controls are written in Visual C++
for performance reasons. The source code of the ActiveX controls is also
available for purchase.
In the table below you find a list of all ActiveX components that are
included in SamLogic Internet Components. Click on a component
name to get more information about the component.
Queries a WHOIS server for
domain registration information.
Download a demo A
demo version of SamLogic Internet Components is available for
evaluation. By downloading the demo you can test all components in the
component library before
Click here to download a demo.