Configuration :: Smtp Server 5.1 In Xp Not Sending Emails?
Aug 26, 2010
iam using asp.net 2.0 with c#.net.
in my application when client completes its shopping email will goes to user this works fine when there is internet connection is working fine, if there is some problem in internet connection if one mail stops then all the mails will be stopped even now internet works fine,
how to resend the emails using smtp server, is there any option to resend the emails automatically when internet works fine.
I use a Smtp Client to email submitted information from an asp.net form. 3 users sent in their information and the user on the other end did not recieve either one of the emails. On the 2nd time around, she did recieve the emails. What could it be?
I don't have web server account yet so I must test my applications with the Web Development Server under VS 2010 with C# but I read that I couldn't send emails under that server but I also read that I can send email with IIS7 Express and that's the main reason why I've install Webmatrix. Maybe someone can confirm this. So for the moment I am redirecting my emails into a local folder and it is working perfectly. Here is part of the code I've add to the Web.Config for doing that.
As you can see I am redirecting the emails to the D: emp
What are the values of username & password. or others when we use the Webmatrix server and how can I fint hem? It was hell posting this text I think the inserted code was interfering with the HTML of the message or there are bugs in the editor,
I want to send email thought asp.net page for that I need to find SMTP Host and port number below is my code
Dim EMail As New MailMessage EMail.From = New MailAddress(Emailtaxebox.Text) EMail.[To].Add(New MailAddress("email@example.com")) EMail.Subject = Firstnametextbox.Text + lastnametextbox.Text + "Registerd" EMail.Body = " This is content " EMail.IsBodyHtml = True
how to find SMTP port and host name ? I used default one its gives me error.No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it.
I'm having trouble sending messages through ASP. I'm using the same settings I'm using on another Web App sitting on the same server in the same network, and trying to send through the same Exchange Server.
They work fine for the one app, but the other app gives me a relay error. Could this be because I'm using it on a separate domain? The one that works is "visitmychurch.tv" the other is "insidehcc.com".
The question: Is it possible to configure multiple SMTP servers or update the SMTP object server information at runtime?
Description of problem: The site I'm working on has a few pages which send emails. Our site is using Gmail so even though it's a custom domain our email is sent out though Gmail SMTP servers.
Some emails come from the system and some emails come from users in certain groups. I have an SMTP server configured with the admin email for the system e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org This works fine and when I get the email it shows from email@example.comOne of our user groups let's call it "groupA" has an email configured on our domain i.e. groupA@mysite.com When I send the email and specify a from address for the MailMessage object as groupA@mysite.com it still shows up in my outlook as coming from firstname.lastname@example.org I did a little further testing and if I specify both the from address and the ReplyTo as groupA@mysite.com it will show as Fromemail@example.com but when I choose reply in outlook it shows groupA@mysite.com My best guess is that Gmail is overwriting the From address with the SMTP user to prevent email spoofing.
I found this: http://www.systemnetmail.com/faq/4.1.aspx but it won't work for me since group A, B, and C all need to send emails from the same page.
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 126.96.36.199:25"
my company is hosting a reception for current / prospective clients, we have a list of invitees in a SQL database, using the following columns (ID, Name, Email, Company, Response). ID is a UID and Response is Int, others are varchar. by default, Response is '0'i want to generate an email that will invite each user in the database to the reception, and provide a link to pages on our website that will update the Response field to1 (attending) or 2 (not attending).
I have developed a colleg web applicaition. I have used my gmail account as my smtp server to send back to the client passwords from "Password recovery" link. The problem is that , I am able to send messages only from my gmail account. I want to know whether I can send messages using different e-mail addresses of the clients retrieved from the database instead of sending the mail using my own.
Here i specified from address as "[URL]" and smtp username is [URL]. But I'm getting mail from [URL] even though I was set "From" address as "[URL]". How will I get mail from my "From" (custom address , will change dynamically) address with diff smtp username?
i am trying to send emails using SMTP MailMessage but i have a problems, i got the following error: Failed to send to pm@[URL] (530 5.7.0 Must issue a STARTTLS command first. g31sm24378313ibh.22 ) my code is the following:
I'm using one XP with SP 2 as my local Laptop PC . Its IIS has one default web site, of course, which is the site I'm working on. When some feature is finished I deploy it to my "production" site which is hosted somewhere else. Very common situation, I guess. This app uses email to notify customers of some particular events. Works on production, but sometimes I need to change something in the way those notifications work. Currently I have to upload the changes to "production" to check it out. Is there any way for me to set up smtp server on my local machine so I could work locally with those features?
I want some tips regarding sending mail ,I want to send bulk mail from my web application in c#. so ,what should be the best code for this and also what should be the best configuration used in the smtp server. because my current system fails to send 100 mails out of 400 mails in smtp server. I aslo used theading for sending this mail in batch of 30 mails in every 20 minute but it is not working . I want solution of both in my c# code and smtp and also is there any new solution in new technology like web services or any other option .
I can find loads of posts about codes to send emails using smtp, but I've got a problem. I want to send a registration mail to a user that has made a new account on my site, so he can activate it by clicking on a link in the mail. Only problem is: I need to use an smtpserver but I don't know which smtpserver i can use, so the mail is never sent!
My code sends email via asp.net mail namespace. Basically I generate HTML code which carries an image tag referring to an image on server. It uses absolute path and then the html email is sent to recipients.
Now when they receive emails on gmail and other clients, it wouldnt display images and not that images are broken but it wouldnt get displayed. Gmail is an issue wherein it prompts of non-https message and then display link on top. I know how to get around but my recipients have no clue on this technical things. so they end up not seeing the images.
How can I resolve this issue? How can I ensure that they always receive images irrespective of their internet settings?
I have code that is supposed to do some database operations and then send an email through local iis smtp virtual server. All within one TransactionScope. It looks like
The second one where I use something similiar is
I want to notice that these events fire in the sequence they are shown. Now when there's an error, the db operations are rolled back, but the mail is sent anyway. I'm using Windows XP SP3, IIS 5.1, .Net 3.5, Visual Studio 2008. If I'm correct, TransactionScope uses MSDTC, right? I couldn't find anything about MSDTC working with smtp. Should it even work?
TL;DR - Any webapp devs out there able to squeeze performance out of using gmail as SMTP server without a 3-10 minute delay to delivery?I'm looking for some feedback from developers who are using gmail as a secure SMTP server for use with Webapps.Within the past 2 weeks, my company has switched to gmail to host email for our domains.I have a few webapps that send from our ISP server, but I'd like to refactor the code to use gmail with our domain name. I know the ISP can rig things up, but I don't want relay issues.I have gmail sending for the Webapps and it's more or less working. On ASP/IIS, I'm using SSL and on PHP Linux, I'm using TLS.It seems that TLS (port 587) works better than plain old SSL (port 465), but the overall performance difference seems minimal.What concerns me is that there is often a significant delay (10-20 minutes at times) to get email to a recipient no matter which method I use to send via gmail.While I understand this can happen in any environment, I am used to fast delivery. Use case is salespeople talking to customers and needing to get email to them very quickly using the Webapp. Before the gmail switch, usually less than a minute to deliver. Now, it is 3-4 minutes minimum.Am I crazy to try to use gmail for this purpose? There seem to be a lot of devs using it, so just wanting to know how it works out for them/you.
Here is my situation and hopefully someone could guide me in the right direction.I have a shared or static class in my website (App_Code folder) which has static methods to send emails asychronoulsy. So whenever there is an exception in any of my pages or classes I call these methods to send an email to support asynchronously. Now when there is an exception in a page, to route that exception asynchronously I need to have Async = "true" for that page. I have more than 50 pages and I don't want to set Async= "true" on every page as I read that it affects performance.So I was wondering if there is any way I could send emails asynchronously without having to set async = "true" on every page.