Last post Jul 07, 2005 05:19 AM by pmaurent
Mar 08, 2005 06:40 PM|mandkcasey|LINK
Mar 09, 2005 03:48 AM|pmaurent|LINK
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Mar 09, 2005 11:03 AM|mandkcasey|LINK
Mar 15, 2005 04:37 AM|qbernard|LINK
Mar 29, 2005 02:33 PM|vljw8202|LINK
Thanks for posting your code. I wish to use your code and hoping you can clarify a couple of things:
1. Will the value in objMailMessage.To be the recipient's email address.
2. Is the IP address of server the internal or external one?
3. Before the project is deployed to the server, I am working on an XP machine, so what do I put in domain name?
4. If the user name and password is hardcoded in code behind, would it expose to security risk?
Mar 29, 2005 07:56 PM|qbernard|LINK
2) Depend on your setup, if you have internal mail server, then use it if not then try external. or you can uses local smtp (i think this is what you want to do)
3) Just use local 'username' if it's not belong to any domain
4) No idea, as long as the code is not be review anonymously, it should be fine.
Mar 29, 2005 08:52 PM|WebD|LINK
I have ran into the same problem myself. The message could not be sent to the SMTP server. The transport error code was 0x80040217. The server response was not available
My mail server is on a remote machine, from the remote machine I am able to send mail just fine...
From my local machine, I can send and receive mail through Outlook, but when trying to send e-mail through asp.net I get that error. The remote code and local code are the same , they both specify the mail server(not localhost), they both authenticate,
they both use real to and from addresses... What else could I be doing wrong? Any suggestions appreciated... I tried following the instructionis on systemwebmail.com, but none of worked for me yet.
Mar 29, 2005 09:21 PM|vljw8202|LINK
I'm getting the following message:
Any idea what the problem is?
Mar 30, 2005 11:16 AM|vljw8202|LINK
Mar 30, 2005 07:58 PM|qbernard|LINK
Cool, you manage to fix some of the problems. Now, where did it go ? if it went out, then it should be out :) anywhere check the iis smtp log file, post few entries here. Also check if you have anything on event log.
Also if you testing with hotmail.com, yahoo.com, gmail.com, you might experience as the remote host might not really 'accept' the mail, if it doesn't pass theirs spam filter lists.... so best is to test with some host which doesn't has a tight filtering
Mar 31, 2005 01:07 AM|WebD|LINK
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Jul 07, 2005 05:19 AM|pmaurent|LINK