Getting The Pickup Directory Path Is Required And Was Not Specified

Jun 30, 2009

I am getting getting The pickup directory path is required and was not specified. exception while sending email in asp.net and C#.This is the code which i am writing :

[code]....

message.fields.add(...../namespace) but i have no idea what will be the namespace value for adding the mailbox name.



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Web Forms :: Cannot Get Iis Pickup Directory

Mar 14, 2011

i had written a mail sending program in asp.net in windows xp.following is the code that i have written:

MailMessage Mail = null;
SmtpClient Client = null;
MailAddress From;
Mail = new MailMessage();
Client = new SmtpClient();
From = new MailAddress(dhoni@domainName.com);
Mail.From = From;
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Mail.Body = hai this is sample mail;
Mail.To.Add(hemanth@domainName.com);
Client.Host = strHostName;
Client.DeliveryMethod = SmtpDeliveryMethod.PickupDirectoryFromIis;
Client.Send(Mail);

it works in xp...

now i tested the same program in windows 7...and i am getting an error called.."cannot get iis pickup directory"...

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i i wrote an asp application which sends mail.following is the code:

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it works in windows xp operating ssyste.

when i run the same code in Windows vista and windows seven i am getting an error specifying "Cannot get IIS pickup directory".

i searched in net....

some suggests that use SmtpDeliveryMethod.Network;

why we are using this(Network) instead of PickupDirectoryFromIis...

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Note

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