ReflectSoftware.Insight.Listeners.Email 5.3.1-rc1

.NET Framework 2.0
This is a prerelease version of ReflectSoftware.Insight.Listeners.Email.
There is a newer version of this package available.
See the version list below for details.
dotnet add package ReflectSoftware.Insight.Listeners.Email --version 5.3.1-rc1
NuGet\Install-Package ReflectSoftware.Insight.Listeners.Email -Version 5.3.1-rc1
This command is intended to be used within the Package Manager Console in Visual Studio, as it uses the NuGet module's version of Install-Package.
<PackageReference Include="ReflectSoftware.Insight.Listeners.Email" Version="5.3.1-rc1" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add ReflectSoftware.Insight.Listeners.Email --version 5.3.1-rc1
#r "nuget: ReflectSoftware.Insight.Listeners.Email, 5.3.1-rc1"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive and Polyglot Notebooks. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install ReflectSoftware.Insight.Listeners.Email as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=ReflectSoftware.Insight.Listeners.Email&version=5.3.1-rc1&prerelease

// Install ReflectSoftware.Insight.Listeners.Email as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=ReflectSoftware.Insight.Listeners.Email&version=5.3.1-rc1&prerelease

We've added a new destination listener extension for ReflectInsight for sending emails. This new destination listener extension is called ReflectSoftware.Insight.Listeners.Email and allows you to send logging messages via email. This is typically done for Exceptions, Errors and Fatal messages types where you might want to be notified via email if something went wrong in your application.

Traditional simple text base logging frameworks lack what your application can easily emit in providing you better insight into the health of your application. Wouldn’t it be great to easily instrument incredible rich details? Well, look no further. ReflectInsight was designed to easily let your application speak volumes!

One of ReflectInsight’s most powerful features is its impressive and elegant Viewer. The Viewer was design to hone in on particular issues and filter any unwanted noise by creating User Defined Views. User Defined Views allow you to filter a given request and visualize the execution path that actually caused the issue at hand.

Everyone knows that debugging multithread applications is no simple task. Due to racing conditions, traditional IDE debuggers are not well suited for the job and don’t really provide an accurate picture behind the scenes. With ReflectInsight’s Live Viewer, debugging multithread applications is that much easier!

In order to use this library you must have the ReflectInsight Viewer installed. Download and install the ReflectInsight Viewer from this location:

You can view your messages in realtime, in a rich viewer that allows you to filter out and search for what really matters to you.

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Version Downloads Last updated
5.7.2 1,033 1/29/2018
5.7.1 1,753 6/21/2017
5.7.0 848 5/16/2017
5.6.1 959 6/15/2016
5.6.0 933 5/2/2016
5.5.3 1,017 10/14/2015
5.5.2 1,004 9/14/2015
5.5.1 892 8/27/2015
5.4.0 1,322 12/11/2014
5.4.0-rc3 1,030 12/11/2014
5.4.0-rc2 945 12/3/2014
5.4.0-rc1 962 12/3/2014
5.3.2 1,190 9/15/2014
5.3.2-rc2 794 9/15/2014
5.3.2-rc1 856 9/15/2014
5.3.1-rc1 815 8/3/2014
5.2.1-rc1 903 2/17/2014
5.2.0 1,069 11/20/2013
5.2.0-rc1 949 11/19/2013
5.1.3 1,124 8/9/2013
5.1.2 1,074 7/30/2013
5.1.1 1,222 7/30/2013
5.1.0 1,400 7/14/2013

As of version 5.1 of the ReflectInsight NuGet Package, you are now required to manually add in the ReflectInsight configuration details that you may require.

For help on configuration, please see our documentation on the website ( and/or the knowledgebase articles on our UserVoice site (