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We have a requirement to specify bounce address while sending the email through System.Net.Mail, I understand that this can be achived by sender property but is it the same as the email.setBounceAddress(emailAddressString) property in JavaMail API? If it is not then what is the way to do it through .Net.
Posted 24-Sep-12 20:11pm
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Solution 1

As far as I know, the System.Net.Mail classes do not support bounce mails. I found an alternative that you may use instead:
http://www.afterlogic.com/mailbee-net/email-components[^]
Or for ASP.NET:
http://www.aspnetemail.com/[^]
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Solution 2

You can go through How to set the bounce address using System.Net.Mail?[^].

According to this question and discussion

To do something like this, you would need to use a 3rd party SMTP object like the one I wrote:

http://www.aspnetemail.com

In aspNetEmail, you can do something like:
EmailMessage msg = new EmailMessage();
msg.ReversePath = "bounceEmailAccountHere@whatever.com
aspNetEmail will use the ReversePath value in the MAIL FROM command during the SMTP Session. I could have easily of called this property "ReturnPath" or "EnvelopeFrom".
It may help...

Thanks...
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Tadit Dash at 25-Sep-12 1:57am
   
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