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 newsletter which stored in db(sql server 2005) containing image header,footer and content.i have created one html page which shows this data by using generic handler.when i m running this html page independently it is showing images properly.but when i m sending it with mail it doesn't show images.
I want to create HTML templates to send my subscribers e-mail message. I put HTML tags into a text file and changed the required format items every time I want to send an e-mail with values from my database using string.format():
I think the application will be slower as string.format() searches for more format items.
I am exporting crystal report into html format and sending the html file via email (HTML EMAIL) in the body of text.The problem is while the receiver forwarded the email to any other person, the email content get distrubed and format of the report became tollay wrong.Also when I tried to send the report to GMAIL account, the gmail account is not displaying format properly.I report this issue in the asp.net crystal report forum perviously also.crystal report export to HTML Format issue when forwarding email to other person
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 ?
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.
If FileUpload1.HasFile Then Dim emailMessage As System.Net.Mail.MailMessage = New System.Net.Mail.MailMessage emailMessage.From = New System.Net.Mail.MailAddress(System.Configuration.ConfigurationSettings.AppSettings("txt")) emailMessage.To.Add(txtTo.Text.Trim()) emailMessage.Subject = txtSubject.Text.Trim() Dim plainTextView As System.Net.Mail.AlternateView = System.Net.Mail.AlternateView.CreateAlternateViewFromString(txtBody.Text.Trim(), Nothing, "text/plain") Dim htmlView As System.Net.Mail.AlternateView = System.Net.Mail.AlternateView.CreateAlternateViewFromString(txtBody.Text.Trim() + "<img src=cid:HDIImage>", Nothing, "text/html") Dim imageResource As New System.Net.Mail.LinkedResource(FileUpload1.PostedFile.FileName) imageResource.ContentId = "HDIImage" htmlView.LinkedResources.Add(imageResource) emailMessage.AlternateViews.Add(plainTextView) emailMessage.AlternateViews.Add(htmlView) Dim smtpClient As System.Net.Mail.SmtpClient = New System.Net.Mail.SmtpClient Try smtpClient.Send(emailMessage) Catch smtpexc As System.Net.Mail.SmtpException Catch ex As Exception End Try End If
In one of my ASP.NET page I have to send email to the users. I did this using System.Net.Mail namespace. The problem is if I want to send images I used the <img src=""/> to display them in my email. But now some of images are not hosted anywhere and I still want ti send the email with images. I want to embed them in my mail. Is there any way to do this in c#.
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?