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
my website sends email just fine on another host. I should not really have to change anything to make it work on this webhost. However, I have followed the instructions for this host and it is not working. Here is my current web.config.
I am getting my mail message printed at the top of my browser with the correct information. Why isn't this going through the mail server?
Protected Sub Submitbutton_Click(sender As Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles Submitbutton.Click Dim EMail1 As New MailMessage EMail1.From = New MailAddress("Receiver") EMail1.[To].Add(New MailAddress("Sender")) EMail1.Subject = Firstnametextbox.Text + lastnametextbox.Text + "Register " EMail1.Body = " This is content "
i have made application...that can have numbers of Event on Specified Date, So i want to code tat when time for event is arrived so tat automatically the participant get information about the event..so i want to send email to all participant before a day.
I have a web application which will send email when user changes his/her passwords and also some invitation emails from the webpage.I have used VS2008 to develop this application. On my development machine the emails are send using the provided credentials as follows:
a couple weeks ago, my ASP.NET website stopped sending user comments which I implemented by emailing those comments to my email account through Gmail SMTP server [URL]. I opened the project on my development machine and again it fails to send the email after a couple minutes with the following exception message:
Failure sending mail
Unable to read data from the transport connection: net_io_connectionclosed.
I'm using Gmail's SMTP with port 465, and MailClient.EnableSSL = True.
The weird thing is my Office Outlook 2007 is using the same settings and it doesn't have any problems sending mail using the same Gmail account.
i use 'create user wizard' for send confirmation code to an email id..but before sending a 'confirm code' on given emailid.. i want check that setting of smtp server in system.net in webconfig are ok and able to send mail..otherwise alert a message "smtp setting is enable to sending mail"
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 have a section of code that sends email from SMTP server.
The code is carried out webservice & smtp server value is picked up from web.config, while the code hosted on server1 works (send/receive emails), whereas the same code hosted in server2 doesn't send/receive email.
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 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#.