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  Using LinkedResource Class for Sending HTML E-mail in .NET 2.0 website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description In this article Soyuj examines the usage of LinkedResource class for sending embedded image mail in .NET in a step-by-step way.
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  Complete E-mail Validation website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description If you use this code, with the changes suggested in the comments, you will be able to completely validate a submitted e-mail address. It checks for invalid characters, an invalid domain, and an invalid or missing MX record at the domain.
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  Setting an Outlook Flag on an Email Message website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description If you're anything like me, at times you probably get a little overwhelmed by the amount of email you need to process. To help you manage your mail, Microsoft Outlook offers you the ability to flag messages with different status codes... the most com
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  Enhancing the 'Email the Rendered Output of an ASP.NET Web Control' Code website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description Taking the basic process of emailing the output of an ASP.NET control to the next level.
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  Emailing the Rendered Output of an ASP.NET Web Control website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description In this article we examine how to programmatically retrieve the HTML that is rendered by an ASP.NET Web control. While our examples focuse on retrieving the rendered HTML of a DataGrid, the same code will work for any ASP.NET Web control.
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  Working with Email Using ASP.NET 2.0 website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description In this article Jason examines the various aspects involved with sending of emails using ASP.NET 2.0.
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  ASP.NET:Email Web Page website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description So, for this reason and because it combines a few good concepts, I created an ASP.NET page to allow me to email the contents of a web page to someone.
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