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  System.Net.Mail Application in VB 2005 website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description Using the System.Net.Mail NameSpace To Develop Emailer Applications
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  Sending Emails using ASP.Net v 2.0 website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description A common thing you will need to do with ASP.Net v 2.0, is to send emails, I will show you here how to send emails using ASP.Net v 2.0, implementing authentication
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  Sending Multiple Emails At Once website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description Just like setting up emailing from a form, in general, is not difficult, neither is sending emails to multiple people at the same time. First, we need to dimension a variable called 'MyVar': to hold all the email addresses in a string:
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  POP3 Email website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description Wouldn’t it be useful to be able to check your mail from a web browser? Here we look at how to write such a utility using the TcpClient class. Start from simply logging on to more complex issues like reading and deleting messages.
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  How to Send E-mail from an ASPX Page website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description This article will show you how simple it is to send an e-mail from an ASPX page. With just a few lines of code, you can add mail sending capabilities to your ASP.NET page in your website. Sample code is in C#.
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  Creating Contact Us Form using ASP.NET & SMTP website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description I can see that most of the people actually just include an email like sales@domainname in their Contact Us Page. So to create a simple Contact Us Form with Captcha Image to prevent robot from sending spam to you and the result of the Contact Us Form
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  ASP Corner - Mail via ASP website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description A code example from ASP+ Corner about how to send email from ASP.NET
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