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Note: This is particularly with respect to Email Helper in WebPages/Razor. Please don't post links using System.Net.Mail object.
Following this tutorial: http://www.asp.net/webmatrix/tutorials/9-adding-email-to-your-website
Under "Sending a File Using Email" section what exactly is the code trying to do.
1: The SendFile.cshtml does not have any option to select file.
2: ProcessFile.cshtml is running fine. I am getting the email but no attachement.
I tried changing fileAttachment input to type="file" but not file is being sent to my email. I just get the message send in body.
Question: How exactly this file attachment works using Email Helper in WebPages.
I'm not sure how to structure the code for this but what I want to do is be able to add data to a database, and once this has completed successfully, then email the user to say the details have been added successfully to the database.
I need to:
1. Check that the relevant data has been added into the database then
2. Email the details of the relevant data when completed.
Thanks in advance for your help,
I have staff area of my site I am protecting with forms authentication using c# and .Net 4.0. What I want to do is let the staff members register on the site but instead of the confermation email being sent to them I want it sent to me so I can go in and approve it. I have been trying to use the SendingMail method but can not figure out how to get it to email me instead of the person that registered. I have searched around this site and find many topics on the SendingMail method but none seem to properly address my issue. Can anyone help me out?
First I will say I googled (Binged to make Bill happy) for this but could not find anything, perhaps I am not stating what I need correctly;
I have a website that a customer creates orders (for a printing company) and after the order, I would like to email the customer a link to view the status of their order;
I need to send the CustomerID in the link so on the returning page if a CustomerID is detected in the querystring, I "auto login" the client and open the "Dashboard" for the order page for that customer.
Can anyone point me in the right direction as to how to send the link and how to parse the querystring to get the values from the link;
Thank you if you can point me in the right direction.
I am using the System.DirectoryServices.UserPrincipal.Current.EmailAddress to fetch the Currently logged in users email from AD.
If debug my sol am getting the Exact mail id of that Particular user for ex:email@example.com.
If i host My Application on iis
And Access my App am getting some other Email id instead of the firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have changed the Application Pool identity to NetWorkService.
Can any one tell what could be wrong
I am getting an error when sending email via asp.net. The error is "Mailbox unavailable. The server response was: 5.1.1...User unknown."
However, the email is getting sent. Why is asp.net returning this error?
I'm using VS 2008, vb.net, running 2.0 framework. This happens regardless of whether I'm testing my application from my local machine or running production version. Also, I can send a batch of emails and get the error for some but not all.
I would like to be able to count of the error messages really being accurate, so this situation is unhelpful to our users, because they will start to just ignore all error messages.
Hi I have a annoying problem. I have created a page which takes users details for a quote.
I have then created the form to be emailed to both the user and myself. (Which works fine ATM)
However I would also like to be able to attach a file containing terms and conditions to the email.
I have tried doing this using
But everytime that line of code is hit it fails and is caught by my try catch.
Take that line out and the email sends fine, put it in and it breaks the whole page.
Am I missing something really obvious?
I really need some help (and also some code example), in how to use System.Threading to send emails.
The issue is:
a) I have a function that sends emails;
b) But I don't want to keep the customers waiting for the email being sent;
c) so, I figure it out that the System.Threading is the best way to do that; But I don't know how exactly I cant use it.
PLEASE, i'm VB - not C# - developer, and I really appreciate help in that language.
I can't use Windows Services or SQL Jobs...
Could you help me on this?
hi,i want to send a mail via my mvc application hosted by cassini ,but i access to the internet connexion throught proxyi add this lines on my web config :
<defaultProxy enabled="true" >
MailMessage mail = new MailMessage();
mail.From = new MailAddress("email@example.com");
mail.Subject = "Test";
string Body = "Hi, this mail is to test sending mail"
mail.Body = Body;
mail.IsBodyHtml = true;
SmtpClient smtp = new SmtpClient("127.0.0.1");
smtp.Port = 25;
catch (Exception ex)
string exep = "Send Email Failed." + ex.Message;
Hi All,Can some help me regarding following.I have set a job in sql server 2008 to send reminder emails for product expiration.Now I want a report which will specify the list of the emails sent with the email status details like queued ,sent,delivered, failed.I can fetch the emails that are sent by querying the like followingselect * from sysmail_mailitems SM inner join sysmail_profile SP on SM.Profile_Id = SP.Profile_Idand SP.Name ='ReminderProfile'The problem is only getting a perfect status of email whether it is delived or failed. How I can get those status ?Please help.Thanks,Amol
I have tried "Email this Post" in a SharePoint blog. I got the email as desired, but the doesnot resolve the post.
Here are the link examples:
I got the link in email as mentioned below:
But i should get as below to resolve the link:
I have a form which have some user input fields(like textboxes,dropdownlists,textarea etc) fields and a submit button.
on click i need to send email with body contents as all the details entered by user in the form
Can anyone suggest how i should approach to this in sharepoint..
any code examples would be appreciated.
I have a a list that recieves email. I have few fields that shows me the originator: "E-Mail From" and "E-Mail Sender".
I am trying to create a workflow that will generate an auto reply to the originator but the SPD fails to recognize the email address in these two fields. It's either truncating part of it or uses the html ( href=mailto:Demo@DemoSomething.com) in
the To field.
I'm using spd2007 and have created a very basic form to collect data. I've also set it up to send off an email. When I go to the moss2007 site and use the form it appears to be working fine. However, I never receive an email from the workflow. I checked
my logs and don't see anything logged about the email not working.
I’ve got strange problem. I’ve created workflow with Visual studio 2008 which works fine. If workflow create task user gets email with alert and it works
- user gets email. The problem is that I would like to use Workflow component: “SendEmail” for some cases. And if I enter directly into component email address for field: “TO” the message will be delivered.
But if I use simple code with the same email address for field ”TO” it doesn’t work (field TO is empty now).
void sendEmail_ExecuteCode(object sender,