I am reading a MSWord Document (docx) in my C# code.Then I get the InnerText of the word document into a string which goes into the Body section of an email.The problem is that when I do something like the following:
emailBody = xmlDocument.InnerText.ToString();
Everything comes in one line and all the formatting is lost.
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 am using smtp to sent an email. The problem is that I want to format the body text, like I want some text to display as bold, some as subscript or superscript. I tried to bold the body text using <b>Text</b> like: string body="This is a <b> Test </b> mail"; But it is not working, can any 1 tell me how to format the body format of email.
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 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 a Contact us form where the user inputs certain data and it sends to a email address ive specified. This is working well however i cannot format the email properly for example i want the email address they enter to come up as the from address in the email sent to my inbox. Im also looking to send the "name field" which i cannot do at the moment, in my code. It will only take 2 arguments and i cannot add any other fields into it.
and a buttom with a label saying "your mssg was successfully sent!".
Currently, my contact.aspx.vb contains only the following code:
Partial Class contact Inherits System.Web.UI.Page Protected Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click[code]....
In fact i am lost, a freind told me i cant complete my contact page except when the site is online. in fact i didnt deploy it yet, it is offline. Also i read something saying i need some software to be installed like iis and smtp.
Dim sResponseToName As String = Request.Params("contact_Email").ToString()
but no email is sent to the input email address.... If I hard code a random email instead of Request.Params("contact_Email").ToString() it works fine. But for some reason I can not get to the inputted user address.
kinda stumped, I've tried a few things but no luck. How do I get the Request.Params to work in an aspx, and do I need to add something in <asp:TextBox....> to reference it.
I want a code to send an email, to a user after registration. That email wil contain some images and a link back url for an account confirmation? No may question is quite simple. How will i generate the confirmation email and send it to the mail id?
I am creating a bulk email sending facility for our website.I have got all the email in one table so i know i can use email sending features with one loop that take all the emails from the table and send it to everybody.I would like to give them a link that will opt out them from the list.If anybody has done it recently or know any link please suggest it.
I have this email form to use for my website. As i have lots of radiobuttons and checkboxes i'm not really sure how to write in CB (C#) so that only values that were checked in form will be send to my email, the rest would not appear in email.
I'm trying to send an email when a new account is registered with the CreateUserWizzard but no email is being sent. I know my SMTP settings are correct because I have implemented a password recovery system that sends email fine. I added the OnSendingMail property to check and see if it is even trying to send mail by writing some test text to the screen but the sendingmail event isn't even firing. As far as I know all I need to do is insert the mail definition section and create a mail body file, which I have done.
<asp:CreateUserWizard ID="CreateUserWizard1" runat="server" OnSendingMail="CreateUserWizard1_SendingMail" LoginCreatedUser="False"> <MailDefinition From="firstname.lastname@example.org" Subject="Your Account Has Been Created" BodyFileName="test.txt"> </MailDefinition> Protected Sub CreateUserWizard1_SendingMail(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) Handles CreateUserWizard1.SendingMail Response.Write("mail is sending") End Sub
EDIT: apparently the code pasted funky in the insert code section so I repasted it plain text