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Easily Send E-mail in VB.net

, 12 Sep 2008
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This is an easiest program that allows you to send e-mails by only defining SMTP Server name.

Introduction

This is an easiest program to send an e-mail using vb.net

Background

This program requires to import System namespace and creating an object of system,net.mail.Smtpclient and passing SMTP Server name as an argument.

First it is required to define SMTP Mail server name.

G-Emailer

Using the code

You have to only define SMTP mail server name.

Now passing this server name as an argument to smtp client , and create and object which accepts to,from,subject and body of e-mail message.

            
Dim EmailServer As New System.Net.Mail.SmtpClient("Mail server name")    

Dim myMessage As New System.Net.Mail.MailMessage("Sender's address", "Receiver's address", "Subject", "Main msg")    

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Now pass this myMessage object as argument to Emailserver.send(myMessage).

History

This is the easiest approach that I found for sending e-mails in VB.net 

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Generalvery simple - but well presented example Pinmemberwhale200923-Feb-10 4:40 
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