We have been experiencing a strange problem with emails being sent from our web server. We send out reminder emails once a month to our customers, it seems that not every one gets these emails. They have checked their spam folders etc and to no avail. Is there anything I can tweak on the server that may be causing certain people not to get the emails.
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 ?
i have an application i deployed to an hosting provider service. my mailing scripts sends out emails successfully using the smtp server address they gave me. but i recently move the application back to a server on our school LAN, using the same hosting service stmp address, i cant get any mail delivered to the intended reciepents. is it that i need to configure the smtp server on that machine (mayb IIS) & discard the host smtp server address, or i need to install some more mailing programs.
I receiving an error when sending email from an asp.net page on a hosted server. Below is the code and error;
MailAddress from = new MailAddress("firstname.lastname@example.org"); MailAddress to = new MailAddress('ToMe@something.com"); using (MailMessage message = new MailMessage(from,to)) message.Subject = "Something"; message.Body = "Something is the body"; [code]...
Anyone know how to do this? Using my own mail server is easy, but in case there's something wrong with it or it ends up on some blacklist, I would like to use the receiver's mail server. There will only be one to: for each mail (it's a validation function to a sign-up).
I have an online job application program that the user fills out and submits the information to our database and on the last page they give there email address so that we can send them an email that has a link that is associated with the ID that's autogenerated by the sql server database when the user submits the information, when the link is clicked it verifies to the database to keep the information submitted by that user per their autogenerated ID. Below is the code that i've written to send the email I have the link setup to go to yahoo right now but I am not sure how to get this to send the autogenerated link that is associated with the ID that is autogenerated already in my sql server database.
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 a data entry and editing form and in every data entry or update event, I have to send an email to a dynamic list of recipients. I have been sending the email as soon as the user clicks the save or edit buttons but am thinking of first saving the data to the database, and then sending the email later. I want to do this partly to improve the response time of the application as the email sending tends to take a long time than desired.
ng an application that listens on port 25. My application will work as a SMTP server receiving emails. I am aware that I can just enable IIS SMTP feature, but for my current project, I needed to do in this way.If I can send emails to visual studio development server which has a private IP, my debugging will be much easier. Is there a way to send emails to VS development server?
I've got an MVC 2 application running on Server 2008 R2, IIS 7.5. The application runs without issues. I added ELMAH to trap unhandled errors, write them to a database and send emails. The ELMAH functionality works without issues on my development machine (XP). However, that same functionality does not work on the server. ELMAH fails silently so I'm at a loss to know why things are not working
I am creating a SSIS package, where I am getting all the data into the excelsheet1, which is not formatted.
So i created a formated excelsheet2, where i am giving reference to excelsheet1 cells reference.
And I am sending email by attaching excelsheet2.
I am having issue when the data is updated, but my email attachment excel is showing old data. When i open the excelsheet1 it is being updated. I don't know why excelsheet2 is not updated automatically. I am using BIDS 2005 .
I have a .net 3.5 application in c# with sql server 2008 at back end. The application is about assigning jobs to supervisors and then these supervisors have to write remarks about the job progress from time to time. There are two tables ; a JobAssign table with JobOrderNo and Supervisor columns, and a JobUpdate table with jobOrderNo,Date And Remarks(nvarchar) column.
When a supervisor is assinged a job he is sent an email but sometimes the supervisors do not write remarks about a job for some time. i want a stored procedure through which if the remarks of a job are not written for say 5 days an email is sent to the supervisor to do so? in my job update table there are multiple entries for a job so the stored procedure will have to check the Top Remarks Date for each jobOrderNo. then compare it to today date if the difference is difference is 5 days then send email. i have read posts on sending email through job scheduler but i'm new to stored procedure so have no idea how to write such.
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.
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?
but am still getting an error (System.Net.Mail.SmtpException: Mailbox unavailable. The server response was: bosauthsmtp05: Host 18.104.22.168: No unauthenticated relaying permitted at System.Net.Mail.MailCommand.CheckResponse( [code].....
I'm wondering why I can send sms messages from any one of my email accounts. But if I create a web app that sends emails, the email/message won't get to my phone. Why is that? Do all email providers use SMS gateways?