I have read several articles to send emails in Asp.net C# major are by using Gmail, I want to send email from a email id from mydomain name.The code that I am using is:
The code works properly would like to know whether the code is correct as I have have tested it by sending mails to gmail and rediffmail, it works properly, would also like to know the reason for using client.Port = 25;
MailMessage Msg = new MailMessage(); Msg.From = new MailAddress("email@example.com", "Testing"); Msg.To.Add(TxtEmail.Text); Msg.Subject = "Send Mail with HTML File"; Msg.Body = "Checking";
I've tried these settings, and also tried explicitly setting the properties of my SmtpClient object @ run-time. On send, I receive the following exception
"Failure sending mail. Unable to connect to the remote server - A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not properly respond after a period of time, or established connection failed because connected host has failed to respond 188.8.131.52:25"
I am hoping to upgrade the below two classic asp web pages to an asp.net web pages. The pages basically perform actions on incoming query string variables and also the login_fail_license.asp page sends us an email to inform us of certain situations. Currently they're a bit dated and I'm hoping to upgrade them to c# so I can fully understand what they are doing as we have been receiving strange IP addresses against our own license numbers (5000), I think the logic maybe wrong.
I have a database already working with Godaddy (sql server). I use it to store membership feature information for my website. Im developing the site in VS 2008 with Visual Basic language. Site works fine when running from VS. When I upload the site to godaddy withe default.aspx as the home page, I get a server 500 error, Here is my web.config -
<?xml version="1.0"?> <!-- Note: As an alternative to hand editing this file you can use the web admin tool to configure settings for your application. Use the Website->Asp.Net Configuration option in Visual Studio. A full list of settings and comments can be found in machine.config.comments usually located i
I hosted my project on Godaddy server and they say that the settings required for Url rewriting was already there.But I am getting a blank page when trying to use virtual url to redirect to a aspx page.
When a server error occurs for whatever reasons (YSOD), the server will send a message via SMTP class. In my case, my company employs microsoft exchange and uses NTLM authentication for all domain users. I am authenticating users via NTLA windows integrated authentication. My question is, is it possible to utilize this authentication data, and pass it to the system.web SMTP username/password authentication scheme to send an email to me (the web developer) when the error occurs? I am pretty sure my company requires a username/pwd to send emails via SMPT on the ms exchange server.
i m having an Hosting with Godaddy server , now my problem is i want to upload(attach) my machine database to godaddy sql server . i have also check all the function and configration on godaddy but i m not getting how i can do that. if i try to take remote connection , this also not possbile in godaddy ( due to security they are disable this function )wht is the other way i can attach my database (.bkp) file to live godaddy server.
I have deployed my website/app on GoDaddy hosting and am getting this Internal server error message only when trying to view the /stats folderI have forms authentication on, and when I try and visit this folder I get redirected to my CMS login page which is really strange. When I disable authentication I then get this internal server error.Anyone ever experience something like this? GoDaddy support don't and never seem to a have a clue about anything.
For a certain project I need to be able to send the contents of a webpage to people who enter their e-mail address somewhere. For this I've scoured the internet and came upon a couple of possible sollutions. The first would be to use a scraper which would just look up the webpage and then mail the html contents to someone. The problem with this is that internet html (and more importantly css) and mail html might be completely different things when you look at outlook. This also takes the entire masterpage with it, while I pretty much just want the inner content.
Second sollution was completely rebuilding the pages in my mail function, based on a few given parameters. Seeing as there's many different types of pages that need to be sent, this would take ages to do...
Last sollution I came upon was manually calling rendercontrol. This actually seemed like a viable way of doing this, but of course, things go wrong. The structure of the website is as follows: Masterpage includes default.aspx, default.aspx has a placeholder which gets filled with a control I manually load (loadcontrol(path)) based on what page I need. This control is the one I need. My way of trying to render this control to send through mail is the following: first, I create a page, then I'll load the user control and finally I use UC.RenderControl(writer)
This does give me the basic html lay-out, but it seems that the Page_Load isn't being called, causing none of my variables to actually be filled in. Is there any way I can cause the control to be rendered just as if it were rendered inside a page's lifecycle?
I am building service failure notification system which notifies customers and management whenever there is a delay in the service. How can I use SQL SERVER trigger to send an email to a group of people when I add an alert in the alert database table using c#.
module thats available for asp.net that uses a queue to send email to an smtp server? the queue being the operative word here.. we need a proper fallback mechanism for storing any messages that can't be sent so that the send can be re-attempted later
I have been using a C# asp.net email form for a while on an old server (administered by a friend who has moved away) and now I have my own server. The problem is the form appears to send but the message never turns up in the mail box. Because the form used to work, I suspect its my server settings. The code behind for the form is:
I have set the web site up as ASP.NET and the pages load ok etc. So I go to the form, fill it out and it is processed and I get the confirm message. What do I need to check at the server end? Sorry if its a dumb question I am quite new to the finer points of server management
I am using gmail smtp server and email account to send email from my asp.net site. It works fine when I use it on some hosing server but it is strange it do not work on local machine. Plz guide me what should I do ? Do I need to install some smtp server (if yes plz mention the name as I am not aware of it) .