Web Forms :: About Sending An Email After Registration
Feb 14, 2011
I want a code to send an email, to a user after registration. That email wil contain some images and a link back url for an account confirmation? No may question is quite simple. How will i generate the confirmation email and send it to the mail id?
have code on a web form -- when you hit the button "send emails", it executes this sub which reads an SQL database table and sends emails one by one -- however I get this error above -- anyway to check it and skip to the next email? Some emails in my table have email@example.com for example, so it seems this causes this error.
I have the below script to get a Web Page's html and add it as a string to the mail.body property of the mail message that I have created. However, if the webpage is larger then several KBs, it cause a StackOverflowException to fire.
Is there a simple way to just tell the mail message to use a link like "a.com/default.aspx" for the mail message body?
I want to send a confirmation email to the user after they register to my website. I am using CreateUserWizard of .NET and I use C#.
My idea is after users register they get an email with a link. If they click the link, they will come to an activation page. I have done this so far:
After Guid userId = (Guid)user.ProviderUserKey;
I am very confused and not sure what to do. I understand that i need to email an url with the userID to user's email upon registration, but how to do this, and when user clicks that url in that email, how that url will automatically come to activation page?
I have set a job in sql server 2008 to send reminder emails for product expiration. Now I want a report which will specify the list of the emails sent with the email status details like queued ,sent,delivered, failed.
I can fetch the emails that are sent by querying the like following
select * from sysmail_mailitems SM inner join sysmail_profile SP on SM.Profile_Id = SP.Profile_Id and SP.Name ='ReminderProfile'
The problem is only getting a perfect status of email whether it is delived or failed. How I can get those status ?
I saw some tutorials on asp.net website about users registration, but all of them they depends on Username as normal login such as "Username: John". The point here I am looking for solution accept Username as email account such as "[URL]".
How I can implement this via ASP.NET? I am using MS SQL 2005 DB, and Visual Studio 2008 SP1
( memberID int IDENTITY (2480,39) PRIMARY KEY, memberName nvarchar(70) NOT NULL, password nvarchar(30) NOT NULL, eMail nvarchar(100) NOT NULL, notify bit NOT NULL, isActive bit NOT NULL, lastLogin datetime DEFAULT GetDate(), dateCreated datetime DEFAULT GetDate() NOT NULL );
Once user fill registration form that consists of:
memberName, password, email and check/uncheck notify box then click submit. The values will be stored in the above table with isActive equals to False. Email will be sent to user for activation, once activated, isActive will equal to true. 1. How can i send an activation link to the email and then change isActive to True once link is clicked? I tried to solve it, i just didn't get it yet.
User registers for the siteAn email is sent to the user confirming their registration am using : Asp.net 3.5(C#)itefinity as a CMSMS SQL 2008 server r2My question is what is the best way to automatically send the email?Should it be done in ASP.net or as a database trigger using something like xp_sendmail
I am creating an online registration but my problem is when they finish registration, it will automatically send the notification to their email and when they click the link it will activate their account.. I don't know how to do this is in asp.net ....
and a buttom with a label saying "your mssg was successfully sent!".
Currently, my contact.aspx.vb contains only the following code:
Partial Class contact Inherits System.Web.UI.Page Protected Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click[code]....
In fact i am lost, a freind told me i cant complete my contact page except when the site is online. in fact i didnt deploy it yet, it is offline. Also i read something saying i need some software to be installed like iis and smtp.