Web Forms :: How To Add Additional Information To Email Message
Sep 13, 2010
I have a contact form that has the standard email fields such as name, email, street address, city, state, and body. This is being done with System.Net.Mail. I understand how to use the body, to/from address, and subject. I don't understand how to include the street address, city, and state with the email though.
I want this additional information to be sent with the email some how so the recipient can have access to it. I assume this should be included with the body when the email is sent. I don't understand the best way to so this though.
I thought about appending the values of these fields to the body of the email. I don't know how to format this so it looks good though. The formatting I want to do is very basic. I would like each of these values to be on a separate line before or after the body of the email. I'm not interested in colors or anything too fancy. I prefer to send a plain text email, if possible, if these values can be included on their own line.
Can anyone provide an example or a link to an article on this? Do I have to use an html formatted email and create new lines with in the body for these fields?
With Forms Authentication when the app needs to redirect to sign-in page is there an event or any extensibility point that will let me do additional work to the request before it redirects to the sign-in page?
I would like to send additional information in the query string that could vary such that it wouldn't work to just statically embed that in the link in the loginUrl node in the web.config.
Edit: For clarification, I want to intercept the request prior to being redirected TO the login page.
And prior the user being redirected to http://the/interwebs/login.aspx I would like to be able to pack in query values so the url could end up something like http://the/interwebs/login.aspx?Action=Refresh
I am attempting to implement a custom locale service in an MVC 2 webpage. I have an interface IResourceDictionary that provides a couple of methods for accessing resources by culture. This is because I want to avoid the static classes of .Net resources.The problem is accessing the chosen IResourceDictionary from the views. I have contemplated using the ViewDataDictionary given, creating a base controller from which all my controllers inherits that adds my IResourceDictionary to the ViewData before each action executes.
(ViewData["Resources"] as IResourceDictionary).GetEntry(params);
Using VB.Net 3.5 framework, i have a site that is using a custom login form and custom error with custom error page in global.asax and web.config is set up for both the login form and custom error. All works fine: my users login and when they get an error, they get the custom error page. The pages also use querystrings when moving about the site in order to retrieve data from a data base using a customer name (this is not the login name) and order number. When an error occurs anywhere in the site, I'd like to pass the page name and its querystring parameters
(ex: page1.aspx?a=1&b=2) to the custom error as well as the user information so that all the user sees is the custom error page telling them the error and all details were sent to the admin. Currently, the custom error page has an email link so the user can send a message that includes the details which results in 2 emails being generated for an error: one from global.asax with the error info/stack trace and the one the user sends with the details.
In my mind, a graceful failure does not require input from the user, just an apology and assurance the problem has been fully reported and will be taken care of. So, can someone assist in getting the current user and page/querystring into the custom error code in global.asax?
I'm working on an ASP.NET4.0/C# application for a public site that needs to authenticate only the employees that work at the associated business. The idea is for the site to have a CMS such that employees can go in and make changes to certain content without having to work with any html.My question relates to the design and use of a ASP.NET membership provider. I'm not trying to make the site work with an existing database, so there's no need to create my own MembershipProvider for that purpose.
I want to use the Control of ASP.NET (User wizard Control) to create user, but it only provide its default field like: -username, password, securityQuestion.All I want is the addtional information like Address, Company Name, Telephone number. And I know a solution by building it in 2 step, first the default username, passworld and the next step is the additional information. BUT i don't want to do like that.
I would like to know simple thing, If i'm adding additional information to UserProfile such as: Country, PhoneNumber etc'.. So, I added a Table In my DB (which also Got all Membership Provider tables...)
UserProfile, and added Stored Procedures for it for Insert / Update... I would like to know, If I need to create in Business Object a Class for Profile Only? (Cause the User is managed Already by the Membership Provider) And Create for it Also in Business Logic -> ProfileManager with Methods that will use the Stored Procedures to Update and Insert Details? Do I need to do it like this? Or there is another way? What's the right way doing it?
I'm using the ajax auto complete extender and everything works fine. What I need now is a solution how to send additional information (variable) into the method of the autocomplete extender in the webservice. I need this variable to specify the WHERE-clause of my Access-String.
I have a list of events that have been retrieved from a database a bit like this: Easter St Patrick's Day Christmas Independence Day ... I would like to make them links and when you click on the link it raises a modal popup and displays a bit more information from the database about the event. So far, I've set up the ModalPopupExtender like this on my page:
I thought the links might look something like this:
My web application will be launched through existing thick client applications. When launched, an HTTP POST request will be generated including information like the userID and additional context information (basically stuff like the target user's name, birthday, etc.).
My plan for authentication is for there to be a look-up table in the database. If the username is already there, automatically login the user, but if there is no entry in the database, redirect the user to an initial login page which will be used to create that database entry.
My question is how to secure this against MITM and other security holes. How can the request generated through the thick client be on an SSL connection? Doesn't an SSL connection have to be authenticated with the username (and password) first? And if so, will the additional context information be publicly exposed until the user is logged in?
I want that when i click on SUBMIT button of my form, all the information of the form should be mailed to particular email ID. How can i add that functionality using .net framework 3.5 & visual studio 2008.
Every morning we get a few hundred emails from our various customers servers that tell us how their backup went that previous night. Somebody has to go through these and fill out an excel spread sheet. I would like to automate this, we have our own server running a .NET application so i can schedule something every morning.
There are two main parts. The first is i want to know how to create a table that has customers down the left and dates accross the right, they are called pivot tables in access but not sure how to recreate them in MSSQL and to do it on the fly as i dont want to have to sit there entering 100's of days at a time.
The second is that differnt customers use differnt backup solutions, so i want to write some code that scans a particular mailbox in exchange, looks for emails that have come in in the past 12 hours, look at the from email address and match that to one in the database, then according to the subject line it will be able to identify what type of backup solution it is, e.g. if it says "Backup Exec Job completd Sucessfully" it knows its backup exec and will look for a particular text (completed successfully, completed with exceptions, no media etc) and can insert that, or if its a differnet backup solution then go and look at a specific place in that email for it.
I have created a page for filling information, when anyone fills out the form, the information gets e-mailed to all the recipient's e-mail addresses that are mentioned in the code of the page.
I have written the code which is working fine but when i fill out the information in the form, the information is sent to all the 3 e-mail addresses i mentioned in the code, but all 3 recipients of this information can see other recipient's name and address in the "TO " field of their mailbox.
Is it possible to hide other recipients and only show the e-mail address which will be specific to that recipient ?
How can i record a Email message("Mail has been sent to [URL] on 04/11/2010 16:25:54") after i sent an mail in a Textbox,Textbox recides another form.
I have button called e-mail in Default.aspx form when i click this button i am redirecting into email.aspx form for sending email.I have textbox in Default.aspx to record the Message after sent an email, a messsage appears on the screen(email.aspx) after sent mail,same message should be displayed/recorded in Default.aspx textbox mean time email.aspx should be disappear .
I'm working with a code that first upload a file to the server and after sends a email and attached is the file previously uploaded, It's working everything the only problem is that email message is duplicate.
I have an automated web report i send to users on a regular basis. The report is a web page template that i replace the main pieces of data with the current days data. In this case the reporting is shown in the form of a chart. Everything seems to work fine except for one image that does not show up in the email report. see the code below
Each time i send the email it goes throught with all the other images except the one above. When i view the email as a web page however the image does show up in the browser. This leads me to believe that there is a limitation with viewing embeded images in Outlook 2007. I have tried to follow suggestions like the one described here, [URL] but it does not seem to work. Can somebody tell me how to get my images to show up in an email message using outlook 2007?
what can I use on a form that will hold images and text and can be sent as the body in an Email? For example, can I use a panel and add a table inside it and then organize text and images in the table and then use the panel as the body in the email?
In Visual Studio 2008 I am using an asp.net 3.5 listview control as my frontend to an sql server 2005 database backend. I am also using a linq to sql datacontext to query and perform all my backend CRUD commands. Within the OnInserted event of my linqdatasource I am assigning a query string variable (customer_id) to populate a child page (code below). This works perfectly. However, what I would also like to achieve within this event is to build an email body containing other database column references, from my insert, that will send an email to all the email addresses contained within a seperate column from another one of my db tables. Any ideas on how I can achieve this? C# code examples will be appreciated.
Here, if I place gmail id first and ymail id second, the would be send's only to gmail id not to ymail id, and same in case if I place ymail first and gmail second then mail send to ymail and not to gmail.