I would like to send an Html email. The body for this email I would like to create completely dynamically. How do I create an html page completely from scratch so that I then have a page that I can add controls to? Do I create an instance of the System.Web.UI.Page class, add my controls to it and then render it as a string that I can assign to the message body?
I have a web form that a uses fills out and I want it to send the form in a email when the user clicks complete. I know how to send a HTML email in ASP.net but how do I get the HTML of the page so that I can send the completed form in a email.
I am creating a nightly process using a stored procedure to check for expiring records and emailing myself and the folks that need to see the information. The trouble I am having is trying to send the data in table "like" view in the message body.Here is the Proc you can see the point at which i try to use a table vairble then use it as a parameter for calling the email proc but it doesn't seem to work.
I am new to ASP.NET and have made a register page, 'get' which on submitting redirects to another page 'pick1' displaying the data in Gridview. In each row of the Gridview there are 'View' buttons which on clicking opens a pop-up page having 2 buttons 'send mail' and 'cancel'. On clicking 'send Mail' button, i want selected row of data to be sent by email instead of the entire gridview. Right now only the entire gridview data is coming to my mail. Also i want to attach a link to the email so that it redirects to the 'pick1' page again on clicking in email. How can I do it?
I have a panel control whose background is an image. Using css, I have some variables inside that panel control. Now, if I want to email the panel control (with the background image and the text in them), how would i do that? Whenever I send an email, it misses all the styles and the background image as well.
my application sends an email to a user. now the email body has a hyperlink, which shows as hyperlink to some recepients and as plain text to some other recepients. below is the code i used to send email from the application
I am sending email using NETWORK Credentials from Exchnage server. What i wanna do is to send email Format as HTML so that i will be able to Put some links etc in it. I am using below code to send email
I am trying to implement a "send newsletter" process that works like this: -
1. The author develops a newsletter using Word.
2. When they are ready to distribute it, they save it as HTML, and upload this to the web site. It is then viewable with the appropriate URL.
3. They then distribute it with a web process that uses SendMail.
I have two problems: -
1. When you "Save as web page (*.htm, *.html)" from Word, the document is saved as .htm, and if there are any graphics within the document they are saved in a separate "*_files" folder. How do I upload this folder to the web site?
During testing I'm fudging this by uploading the folder with FTP, but of course this is not a viable solution for users.
2. I can send the email using alternate views, but the htmlview lacks the graphics. My logic reads the uploaded .htm document into a string variable called "HtmlBody", and then
This all works perfectly except that the email arrives just a graphic symbol and blank space where the graphic should be. How do I either send the graphics with the email, or (better) send it with references to the graphics back on the web page. The html that I am sending out contains references to the graphics like <v:imagedata src="./FamNet%201%20July%202010_files/image001.jpg" o:title="NZSGFamNet"/>, which is looking in a subfolder from the folder containing the html. I suppose that if I could solve the first problem I could replace the "./" in the image reference to [URL]. This would not be too difficult, as I could recognize "FamNet%201%20July%202010" as the newsletter name and so look for the string"./" & NewsletterName & "_files". However somebody might be able to suggest a more elegant solution, provided that I can solve the first problem.
Does anyone have a good tutorial or now how to send html emails. I have searched and searched and not been able to get anything to work. I have tried CDOSYS and havent been able to get it to work. Currently I am using System.Net.Mail and System.Text so that I can use StringBuilder and put it in the body.
I would like to be able to build an aspx page and send it as the body in an auto generated email.