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SMTP email from CLR

Posted By:      Posted Date: May 22, 2011    Points: 0   Category :

Have this code.

    public static string SendEmail(string psSubject,

         string psBodyText,string psToName, string psToEmail,

         string psFromName,string psFromEmail,string psHost,

         int piPort,int piTimeout, string psSmtpUser, string psSmtpPassword,

         bool pbSmtpSSL)


            //new message

       MailMessage loMsg = new MailMessage();

            //SMTP settings

       SmtpClient loSMTPServer = new SmtpClient(psHost,piPort); ---- it blows up right here with a security thing.

I have tried adding a signed certificate to my assembly and got a .pfx file with a password on it, and it is still blowing up.  Apparently, I am still missing a step.  

Any ideas what that step is?

Assembly is marked 'unsafe'.


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