I am creating a newsletter and I have got a problem. I have 2 text boxes. In one textbox the user types his name and in the second one the user enter his email address. When the user press the button if the email exists I want to show a message box him that the email address already exists. If the email does not exist I want to insert his email on the database and show a message that he has been inserted in the newsletter list. Just to let you know guys I am using C#
I am looking for a means by which ASP.NET can create an Outlook MailItem and stream it to the client machine for the user to review prior to sending. I know that its possible to create files such as Word docs and Excel spreadsheets an then stream them, but I don't know how to do it with ASP.NET.
I'm quite new to Web Development. I'm creating a web site and it has a Registration Page where I managed to create the form. But when the user clicks on the 'CreateUser' button, how do I display a message on the form to show that the User is created. And also, at the moment, I don't know where the user details are being created. I wish to add the details to a Login Table in the SQL Database. How do I go about it?
suppose my page content is huge so in my asp.net application i want to show busy icon with percentage downloading the content in client side. i saw many flash and sliver light site that they show busy icon and also they show percentage that means how much content has been loading in client machine. how could i achieve this using JQuery and when page content has been downloaded in client machine the busy icon goes out and actual page content will display.
I have forgotte password page in my application,page have one textbox to insert email address,when user click on submit button if inserted email address (i.e. email@example.com) does not exits in DB it will give custome error message like "Email ID not available".after that suppose user will enter inproper email address (aaa#gmail.com) than client side validation for regular expression will file "Email id not valid",at same both message be on screen,now i want only one message at a time.so please can you help me for same
I just need a message to say "form submitted" after the person click "Submit Email". I tried for several hours to figure it out, if anyone can write the code I need to place, or make modifications to the code below.
I need to create a form that would work like this Choose Provider :( user would select gmail, yahoo, hotmail, ext) Enter Name: ( user enters there name) Message : ( user enters message) and then the "submit"button.
i am using create user wizard and capturing other information within content template when a new userregisters. Some of the textboxes are binded to required field validators.there is a validation control on the page and ShowMessage box is True.If they dont complete some of the text boxes then the message box pops Up with the error message.It does not however include information errors like "User already exists" or Email address already existsfrom the create user wizard membership UserName and Password Textboxesis it possilbe to hook all of these up so I get one message box with all errors including membership ones?
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 have one independent form where i am checking read only access of an xml file , if the file is read only then i have to display message in the status bar of MDI form. since i am using independent form to valid xml file, status bar of the MDI form is not displaying the error message. now how to display message?
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?
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.
i am working in a web form (VB.NET ) in which for certain transaction i need the user OK to continue or not.
all what i found is about adding onClick event handler for buttons, but in my case there is no button to click , it's a process in which i retrieved data from database and if that data met specific conditions then a message of OK Cancel should appear to the user prompting him if he would like to continue in that transaction .
I am using an ajax extension control textbox type... With a required Expression Validator... And A validation Summary(With Message Box)If the user enters an invalid date in the text box sometimes the message box shows and soometimes the message box does not show. Allthough SetFocusOnError still works properly. why the Message box is not being displayed all the time?