how can I use this smtp function to submit my forms through email with a username , password and host in my web.config file
I used this function succesfully internally without using a username and password but now that the website is being hosted outside the network i need to specify a username and password to connect to the mail server. can someone tell me how to incorporate this in my code. I know you need to set it in the web.config file but I am unable to tie that into the function below. I am not familar with the events or methods that use the setting in teh web.config can someone help me with this? thanks.
Function:Private Sub SendMail(ByVal from As String, ByVal body As String)
'...Send email by using email set at google app (URGENT)
Hi there, Currently I facing a problem to send email out.right now my customer email has been pointed to use google apps, then i trying to send email use it. but i am getting this message for port 587 "The SMTP server requires a secure connection or the client was not
authenticated. The server response was: 5.7.0 Must issue a STARTTLS command
first." and "The operation has be timed out" for port 467.I have enable the SSL, but I still getting the same result.
Just read this forum post for few possible chances.
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I have a production web app project (at work) that has custom web user controls in it.I have another web app project for experimenting and I want to use some web controls from the production web app. The big trick is that I need to load the controls dynamically.LoadControl() doesn't seem to work - it complains about loading controls from a different application. I also tried adding a project reference to the production web app and using "UC1 newUC = new UC1();" and then "this.Controls.Add(newUC);", but the controls (like TextBoxes) on the web user control don't seem to exist on the new UC1s....Can I use session variables in web services the same way I use them in regular ASP.Net apps?
When I convert our existing ASP.Net software to a web services architecture, can I continue using session variables the same way I did them in my original non-webservices ASP.Net application? Or I have to do a lot of re-work with respect to session variables when converting existing ASP.Net apps to a web services architecture?sun21170
Web services were designed to be stateless, but if you really want to maintain session state, check out this article:
Darrell Norton, MVPDarrell Norton'...Using Google Apps for email?
Time for a major overhaul of email and calendaring, looking at the
options. Anybody have experience (good or bad) of Google Apps or
Microsoft cloud solutions? Cost of in house servers for high uptime
looks high at this point.
> Time for a major overhaul of email and calendaring, looking at the
> options. Anybody have experience (good or bad) of Google Apps or
> Microsoft cloud solutions? Cost of in house servers for high uptime
> looks high at this point.
Zimbra can be had for zero dollars. Been using it reliably for 5 years.
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Would it be possible to make sending the email to the site requiring
you to authenticate (eg http://myfavoritebeer.org/) optional.
The only information required by myfaveoritebeer.org is the domain to
determine who can authorize the user and some unique token. Why does
this have to be the user's email address
eg using just the domain and a secure hash of the email?
I could sign in to a site using "email@example.com" , but only send
which gmail or BrowserID.org could verify as being owned b...How are Identities used in Web App security?
I'm experimenting with security for a web application and have questions...
Following the manual for using "role" authorization, I set up a new jaguar
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I made Moe and Curly authorized and excluded Larry.
I then went to the props for the web app, role mapping and mapped a j2ee
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constraint, created a collection for /*, and assigned it to that j2ee role.
Now, when I try to access the web app...what hosting provider do you use for your web application?
im trying to decide on what provider to use, with there being so many to choose from i dont want to rush into and just get any1.
a few i found or were mentioned to me already were:
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It really depends on what your budgets and requirements are. You can search the hosting forum for advise from other people, http://...Using IP to extra secure a web app...
I am looking for an opinion on this for a hosted web app. There are 3 different businnes offices looking to use the 1 web app
In order to keep the app as secure as possible, i was thinking that as well as using a username/password...i could also check the IP of the user so that only the IP of each office is allowable...any other IP would not be alowed in, even if the username/password matched.
Does anyone have any opinions on this...is this used to keep sites secure. All broadband users have a set IP dont they so this should work i.e. as long as the offices have ...securing an app -- using Location in the web.config
Hi, I am most of the way thru the setup of a new app and this is driving me nuts!!!
I am trying to keep users who are not in a role from accessing some pages and folders
I see documentation for this in web.config:
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I wanted to know that to use the ajax controls that comes with asp.net 2.0, do we need to build an ajax web site or we will need to develop a regular web application and can use the ajax.
As when we open visual studio 2005, it asks us that do you want to create,
1) asp.net web application
2) AJAX ENABLED WEB APPLICATION?
Hi! If you use AJAX ENABLED WEB APPLICATION you will have automatically:
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2 - all necessary configurations on web config
3 - a page with a script manager inside (script ...Can I use DotNetNuke to create a web database app
I want to develop a case management web application where I have data on SQL Server and I want a web application through which I can use stored procedure to Create, view, update and delete records against the sql server. Is dotnetnuke capable of allowing me to create web application with a bunch of grid and textboxes that allows me to view and edit data stored on sql server for my user? If so where do I start?
Of course DNN can!
I have a few financial application on DNN that do essentually just that.
A great place to start is the dnnJungle. Great tools ...how to secure my mdb file in a web-hosting service provider
my company is a small company so it cannot afford to build a web server, we applied some web space on the internet and place our company website there, we found out that people can easily download the mdb file if the right url is typed into the address bar, and we want to avoid this. can someone help?
decent ISPs provide a private folder in which you're meant to place your MDB files. if yours doesn't, then may I suggest it's time to change ISPs?RTFM - straight talk for web developers. Unmoderated, uncensored, occasionally unreadableJason Brown - MVP, IIS...Can I host invididual web applications in sub domains?
Hi,I have my main site at e.g. www.mysite.comI have created 2 sub-domains:www.portal.mysite.com and also www.test.mysite.comOne I want to use for a portal and the other for testing our other site. For this reason I want to upload separate web application source code into each sub domain.These sub-domains point to folders \portal and \test respectively off the main root (this is achieved on the hosting company's control panel).However, it seems that navigating to www.portal.mysite.com or the other subdomain causes the application residing in the root domain to load-up and not the co...