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Sending Emails in .NET with the System.Net.Mail Namespace

They like me, they really, really like me... ok, well, maybe not so much, but the good folks at Microsoft, specifically Beth Massi, Program Manager, VS Core Community, must like me because she posted an article I submitted to her on the Visual Basic Developer Center Community Page.

In it I cover all the in's and out's of using the System.Net.Mail namespace to send email from within your .NET Application. Topics such as sending attachments, CC, BCC, specifying the reply-to address, setting message priority, requesting a return receipt, using delivery notification, sending email asynchronously, and so on. You can check out the article here.

Have a day. :-|

posted on Tuesday, July 24, 2007 9:22 AM Print
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# re: Sending Emails in .NET with the System.Net.Mail Namespace
BrightNCalm
7/24/2007 10:19 AM
The article covered a good scope of the work. Could you also add an article on how to configure your machine to send mails to a particular mail server - if possible with pictures ? That will be a very great resource for everyone, in line with what you already posted! Good work!
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# re: Sending Emails in .NET with the System.Net.Mail Namespace
Jim Duffy
7/24/2007 1:14 PM
BrightNCalm,

Thanks for the kind words. I'm glad the article was helpful.

Jim
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Don Johnson
4/7/2008 12:07 PM
A magnificent article! I wish everything I gathered on programming was as concise and easy to use.

You have a flair for explaining things in a manner that is easily followed and easy to use. I wish you were writing all the articles for Microsoft.

Great Work!
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