I am uisng ExchangeVersion.Exchange2007_SP1 EWS to send mail through my c#.net application. I want to embed image in mail body so tht user can see body message along with image in its inbox mail .currently I am uisng image tag to show image but in the email body its just showing image url instead of image.
I have a "Contact Us" page where in users will give in their email id and a query and on submitting the form, web admin would receive that email.
If I configure their email id to "from" MailAddress and send the mail, it will fail to do so if the ID is from popular mail domains like gmail or hotmail but would work with other unpopular or non existent domains like firstname.lastname@example.org without any credentials provided!
It worked with gmail after I configured SMTP and network credentials properly. The aim is to let the admin of my website who receives the email be able to hit the reply button in his mail client and see the "to" field populated with the "from" field filled in "contact us" page. Is there any proper way to do this or a tip or trick to accomplish it.
We at Our company having our own local network in which consists around 20 users. We do not have Internet connections. Now I've created an asp.net website to share the data among the different users.How to create unique mail ids for each user.
This code is working fine in my local system but when i upload it on server then it gives this error. From the last 1 year it was working fine but from last few days it gives me above said error, please suggest me is there any authentication required to send mail from server (my hosting plan is with 1and1.com)
I am making mailing system and i am using SQL MAIL service and i need to send mail to other server(application and mail server on different locations).so i some how i need to use queue systems. for example if i send 5000 mail then it should go in batch of 500-500. if i write code in core vb.net then user need to stay untill all batches complete. so some how i need a system by which user just click and mail address fetching and sending process works in background as well send in batch.
I'm trying to send e-mails using net.mail. It works well until an e-mail from the list to send be invalid. if one is invalid it stops the application and i don't wanna this... if the e-mail is invalid it just send to the next and go ahead.
I currently have 2 dropdownlists and a fileupload control on a aspx page along with a "send mail" button. Everything is working fine except for the following 3 issues.1. If I type a specific TO email address in the code-behind, the email sends. I want to use the selected value of a dropdownlist. When I use the programming for that it doesn't send any emails but I do NOT get any error messages either. I am using the dropdownlist.selectedvalue link in the From field and it is working just fine
Is it possible to send an e-mail in my Asp.Net application through a Proxy server?
I tried using system.net configuration on my web.config but it seems that it accepts only URL proxies. Here's what I'm using:
I tried to disable the defaultProxy setting but I still couldn't send e-mails. I was able to get a remote web page content through my code using System.Net's WebProxy, WebResponse, WebRequest and NetworkCredential.
Unfortunately, SmtpClient does not provide a Proxy property. Is there any technology available to send e-mails through a proxy server? Currently I'm using .Net Framework 2.0 but if it's possible using 3.0, 3.5, Ajax Extensions or anything like that I'll start using it. But so far I couldn't find anything related to it anywhere.
If it's not possible then I'm gonna have to place a system requirement for a direct connection to the internet... I don't like it very much, but if its not possible....
In asp i tryed to send mail with images. so i used AlternateViews and LinkedResources from System.net.mail class. before sending the mail i would like to add email.Fields.Add [URL] here System.net.mail class doesn't contain Fields. System.web.mail only have Fields.
below is the coading to send email(just see the bold line). I just want to know which server i should use to send mail or which server is require to send mail.
Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As_ System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click Dim mailMessage As New MailMessage() 'creating an instance of the MailMessage class mailMessage.From = "[URL]" 'senders email address mailMessage.To = "[URL]" 'recipient's email address mailMessage.Cc = "[URL]" 'email address of the Cc recipient mailMessage.Bcc = "[URL]" 'email address of the Bcc recipient mailMessage.Subject = "Hello" 'subject of the email message mailMessage.BodyFormat = MailFormat.Text 'message text format. Can be text or html mailMessage.Body = "This tutorial is sending email with an ASP.NET app." 'message body mailMessage.Priority = MailPriority.Normal 'email priority. Can be low, normal or high SmtpMail.SmtpServer = "[URL]" 'mail server used to send this email. modify this line based on your mail server SmtpMail.Send(mailMessage) 'using the static method "Send" of the SmtpMail class to send the mail Response.Write("Mail sent") 'message stating the mail is sent End Sub
i am building an intranet for the company and i when a ticket is raised i want to select a person and send them that ticket. I have the gridview in place and the users email address. All i need is some simplle send mail code in c# to get it going. I am not sure on what i have to do weather i have to authenticate it and if the fact that exchange is on a sbs 2008 server called server01 and the intranet is on server02 they are both on the same domain.