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Hi all,If I've understood right there is no built in functionality in an version of .NET fÃÂ¶r checking email on an Exchange server, is that correct?If that is correct, does anyone know of any (free) component to use for this?What I want to achieve is to have an application that checks the email on an Exchange server and the performs different actions, depending on the content of the email.Regards/Ajmu
Okay, the last step of my workflow is to send an email to "Created By" and HR to notify of approved vacation request. I have performed "add lookup to body" to include various information including Employee Name and Supervisor Name. But in the resulted
message the names are listed as "DOMAIN\user" Back in my list in the column settings I have the show field as Name (with presence) and have tried all others.
I researched this and found information about installing and activating "Useful Sharepoint Designer Activities" which I did install and activate it. How do I get the full name of the people to show up in the email message that is sent?
I am not sure if this is even possible, but Is there any way to import the contents of the email that I get to a Sql Server table?Not from outlook, but Lotus Notes to Sql Server.
I have developed a dis attended windows service(services that runs in background) to send thousands of emails trough an Exchange Server. I'm using the following account to send emails
For some reason, our customers tell us that they never received the email(at least 25 customers complains about this). Because we send thousands of email we couldn't use an Outlook client to read the Inbox. I was thinking in use EWS. Whe use
.net SMT client to send emails in Async way. But let's think in the following scenario:
I send an email today, and for some reason (network bottleneck) this messages holds on the Exchange and couldn'be dispatched three days after.
Because our Windows services runs in background we can't catch this errors. The only way is try to read some notifications sents to the sender address(
email@example.com in my case). How can I figure out this situation?
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