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Quick Mail

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Easy way to send mails using SMTP, in .NET.

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Introduction

Quick Mail is a simple way to send mail using SMTP, in .NET. Moreover, my article will provide the usage of DataGrid, XML manipulation and tab control.

Brief Description

QuickMail is a utility that you can use to send mails easily. The most common use is to add, edit and delete groups, and users based on groups.

It provides a facility to frame a mail in HTML and rich text formats. Not only mails, it supports adding attachments with mail. Provided, you have to specify the SMTP server name.

Here, you can create a group and create username based on group. You can easily edit, delete usernames and group information. Here, I have developed "Add Recipient" form like Outlook and "Set Font Properties" form like Windows.

Mainly, you can send the mail here with HTML and text options. You can attach any file with your mail. Provided, you have to specify the SMTP server name here. If SMTP server is running in your machine, you can refer "localhost". Otherwise, give proper SMTP server name which you are using.

Here, I have not used any database for storing your group and user name information. I have used XML. So, it's easy to use.

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Source code is free for anyone.

License

This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

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About the Author

Ashraf Mohamed
Web Developer
United States United States
I am a system analyst and have been with Microsoft & Sun Technologies for more than 7 years. I have always been fascinated by java and .NET. I take lot of technical articles and writing them.

I am a Sun Certified Java Programmer for Java 2 Platform 1.4 , Web component developer Java 2 Platform - Enterprise Edition 1.4 and Microsoft certified developer using C#.NET in Web Development ASP.NET.

Visit my web site www.mohamedashraf.tk

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GeneralRe: Setting up smtp server Pin
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GeneralRe: Setting up smtp server Pin
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AnswerRe: How to ... Pin
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GeneralRe: How to ... Pin
Mohamed Ashraf15-Apr-03 4:23
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GeneralPOP Pin
noushadkc8-Apr-03 23:01
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GeneralThanks - a very practical Pin
jhaga8-Apr-03 10:27
memberjhaga8-Apr-03 10:27 
GeneralYou put some work into this... Pin
Marc Clifton8-Apr-03 10:12
memberMarc Clifton8-Apr-03 10:12 
GeneralOK... Pin
Steve McLenithan8-Apr-03 8:43
memberSteve McLenithan8-Apr-03 8:43 
Could you go into detail more and explain your code? And please don't use so much bold!

Cool | :cool:

Steve
McLenithan

Is Bert Evil?

GeneralRe: OK... Pin
Mohamed Ashraf9-Apr-03 18:27
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GeneralRe: OK... Pin
Steve McLenithan9-Apr-03 18:37
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