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QuestionFormatting problem in SmtpClient Pin
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I wrote some C# code to send an e-mail using System.Net.Mail.SmtpClient. This allows me to specify the sender, receiver, message, etc., and it works on one SMTP server perfectly. However, when I tried using AOL's SMTP server instead, I was getting authentication failures from their server. Using my regular e-mail program (Eudora), I CAN send to AOL's SMTP server.

The only apparent difference between the two programs is that Eudora does this:
EHLO name..
AUTH LOGIN..
<credentials>..

The program I wrote using SmtpClient does this:
EHLO name...
AUTH LOGIN <credentials>..

AOL's SMPT server rejects the latter, saying "501 INVALID SASL FORMAT OR LENGTH".

I don't know if what AOL's server is doing is breaking any rules or not, but that's kind of beside the point. Is there any way to adjust the SmtpClient object to be more "friendly" to AOL? If not, is there another class I can use?

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