How To Create A Fully Qualified Hyperlink To A Resource Dynamically

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In ASP.NET I'd like to create a link which points to a specific Uri and send this link in an email to a user, for instance something like I can create the second part of the Uri /CustomerPortal/Order/9876 dynamically in code-behind. My question is: How can I create the base Uri without hardcoding it in my application? Basically I want to have something like:

http://localhost:1234/CustomerPortal/Order/9876 (on my development machine)
http://testserver/CustomerPortal/Order/9876 (on an internal test server) (on the production server)

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