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How to send mail using C#, In personal Domain without gmail smtp?

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Posted 17-Dec-12 0:23am
ANJYR687
Updated 3-Jul-17 19:13pm
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Kiran Susarla 17-Dec-12 6:32am
   
Is the SMTP server enabled for your domain?
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Solution 1

SmtpClient client = new SmtpClient("smtp.gmail.com");
NetworkCredential LoginInfo = new NetworkCredential("email@gmail.com", "password");
client.UseDefaultCredentials = false;
client.Credentials = LoginInfo;
MailMessage mail = new MailMessage();
mail.From = new MailAddress("email@gmail.com", "Alert mail");
mail.To.Add(new MailAddress(m.EmailId, "name or .."));
mail.Subject = "Welcome Letter or subject";
 
mail.Body = "Your message body, you can include html formating";
mail.IsBodyHtml = true;
model.EmailId = model.EmailId;
model.ETo = m.EmailId;
try
{
    client.Send(mail);
    model.IsActive = true;
    Erepo.Add(model);
    Erepo.Save();
}
catch (SmtpException sm)
{
    model.IsActive = false;
    Erepo.Add(model);
    Erepo.Save();
}


If your application is hosted on shared server use localhost instead of smtp.gmail.com
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ANJYR 17-Dec-12 6:37am
   
is necessary use PASSWORD in networkCredential
my client don't want to disclose his password.
nirmalVaishnav 4-Jul-17 1:11am
   
yupp, its necessary to add password in network credentials because without adding password you cann't send mail through server.
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Solution 2

yes SMTP is enabled in my domain...
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