Specified String Not In Form Required - System.Net.Mail And Multiple Addresses
Jul 15, 2010
I have small project (C#, Visual Studio 2005, .NET 2.0) that runs a SQL stored procedure and creates an e-mail from the result set. The "To," and "CC" fields are populated from the results. My procedure will only return a single "To" addressee but there can be multiple CC's. The stored proc is written to concatenate them all into a single string, e.g. "[URL]" etc. So..... in my project I am using System.Net.Mail. When I try to code "myMessage.CC.Add(read.GetString(3))" I get the following error:
The specified string is not in the form required for an e-mail address. In .NET 1.1 using System.Web.Mail this worked just fine. The change to System.Net.Mail resulted in this error. I really can't modify the stored procedure so I need to find a way to get my application to populate the CC field with the complete string returned by that stored procedure. How can I do this? The e-mail addresses are dynamic and I can't hard-code them.
VWD 2008 Express. Visual Basic. I use the following routine (XXXXX have replaced sensitive data) to try to send an email message to mutiple email addresses. It only sends to the first email address in the comma-delimited list. How can I send the message to multiple email addresses?
i've been googling this for two days so here it both the error and the webconfig code.i directed the aspnet 2.0 exe to the application name/database
the problem is when the user tries signing up this error comes up, but the kicker is the user is place into the database ?The specified string is not in the form required for an e-mail address.
Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.
Exception Details: System.FormatException: The specified string is not in the form required for an e-mail address.
Source Error: An unhandled exception was generated during the execution of the current web request. Information regarding the origin and location of the exception can be identified using the exception stack trace below.
Stack Trace: [FormatException: The specified string is not in the form required for an e-mail address.] System.Net.Mime.MailBnfHelper.ReadMailAddress(String data, Int32& offset, String& displayName) +1128747 System.Net.Mail.MailAddress.ParseValue(String address) +240 [code]...
I search the eror But I found nothing. My Mail setting is well form. Is there any idea what couse of this exception?Mail Configuration
<add key="SMTPFrom" value="firstname.lastname@example.org" /> <add key="SMTPReplyTo" value="email@example.com"/> <add key="SMTPCredentialUserName" value="company_mailer_system"/> <add key="SMTPCredentialPassword" value="password"/> <add key="SMTPHost" value="hostUrl" /> I add some mailaddress myMail.To.Add(to) and to contains mail addresses splited by ;
I created a web form to send emails and using a class to perform the task. The process works well for all internal email addresses but will not deliver to external email addresses. I am not sure if I missed something in the code to send to external address.
If I complete the email and message fields but not the name, I get an onscreen error message in red - that's fine. But if I leave the @ out of the email address I get this:
The specified string is not in the form required for an e-mail address.
[FormatException: The specified string is not in the form required for an e-mail address.] System.Net.Mail.MailAddressParser.ReadCfwsAndThrowIfIncomplete(String data, Int32 index) +1560321 System.Net.Mail.MailAddressParser.ParseDomain(String data, Int32& index) +131 System.Net.Mail.MailAddressParser.ParseAddress(String data, Boolean expectMultipleAddresses, Int32& index) +99
There is no error message on screen. For each field, I have the following (stripped) in my contact.aspx form:
<asp:TextBox ID="your_name" runat="server" required></asp:TextBox></p> <asp:RequiredFieldValidator Display="Dynamic" ID="RequiredFieldValidator1" runat="server" controlToValidate="your_name" ErrorMessage="Please complete the Name field"></asp:RequiredFieldValidator>
I have been google some but I canīt find any solution that have been worked for me. I do use System.Net.mail on my site to send emails to individual employes. Now I would like to be able to email all emplyees. The emplyees email address is stored in a MS SQL table. Is it possible to make a BCC email to all employees in that table?
I'm receiving the following error and can't figure out how to fix it:
The specified string is not in the form required for an e-mail address.
It is only happening as soon as I change the message.From to a textbox rather than a static email address. I have pasted the relevant code below:
I did not post the whole block of code but why is this happening when I change the message.From to emailTextBox.Text instead of a static value? And yes I do have valid email addresses in web.config and code.
I'm using this code for sending mail message for invite a friend, And I'm getting this error that I do not understand why Value cannot be null. Parameter name: from (I do have a from parameter as far as I understand )
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.
We have a website which we have re-designed and coded to work using System.Net.Mail but other parts of our website use System.Web.Mail We have specified the namespaces to be used in our web.config file but as we are specifying both System.Net.Mail and System.Web.Mail and they both use MailMessage it throws an error 'MailMessage' is ambiguous, imported from the namespaces or types 'System.Web.Mail, System.Net.Mail'. Is there anyway to avoid this error and still use both namespaces?
This code is working fine in my local system but when i upload it on server then it gives this error. From the last 1 year it was working fine but from last few days it gives me above said error, please suggest me is there any authentication required to send mail from server (my hosting plan is with 1and1.com)
'System.Net.Mail.SmtpException: Failure sending mail. ---> System.IO.IOException: Unable to read data from the transport connection: net_io_connectionclosed. at System.Net.Mail.SmtpReplyReaderFactory.ProcessRead(Byte buffer, Int32 offset, Int32 read, Boolean readLine) at............................
getting the above error when sending mail from asp.net 2.0
I am trying to sent an email to some addresses i did that using the System.Net.mail the problem is that i need to make the mail message different for each recipient because i need to put a link inside the email that contain the id this user, the problem is the large number of recipient that i cant use a loop to invoke sending function for each usesr like:
I've built several websites on my local machine and have successfully tested sending mail from within the application, but suddenly the mail won't go anywhere! I have a try-catch routine, and I'm getting the message that the mail has been sent successfully but it's not going anywhere. This is the code that I've used in a test page - the html page has a button and a textbox and nothing else. I've imported the system.net.mail namespace.
I'm getting the 'Email Successfully Sent' Message but I'm not receiving the email. I don't think I've changed any settings to stop the emails from going.
I'm trying to add an attachment to an e-mail which I'm sending out, but the attaching part doesn't appear to be working properly since I do not receive the attachment. Anyone know why this is occuring? No exceptions are being thrown. I am sending the
i am sending email to the users using smtp client and MailMessage class.
i have been adding the addresses of multiple receivers in the to property of the object of MailMessage class. the problem is that the receiver can see the email addresses of other receipents. is there any way to hide the email addresses of other receipents.
i mean setting some property or something like that. otherwise i will be left with only option to send individual email to the users.
I need to make a windows application and the requirements is like this: Data is to be entered through one form and those values are to be displayed in a form in different computer.should i use in order to get this done. My main concern is to efficiently transfer the data.