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Sending mails using asp.net

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i need to send mails using asp.net..... but i get error as transport failed to connect server... pleas if possible can u give ma a apt solution for this.....?????i tried a lot but i couldn........ pleas can u help me???

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  • bubbyy Mar 12, 2008

    wt's wrong in callin sir?? its a kind of respect....... i cant change myself...... anyway thanku

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ASP.net is a programming environment, not a freaking e-mail MTA. If you knew why the transport connect failed, that would give you a clue how to fix your program. I imagine you are not; however, programming. Are you trying to use a .Net Mail program?

Stop calling for Sir, too; smart girls might hook you up, and then you'll be behind even if you can send e-mail. Which I also suspect; really, you should not.

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Refer to these sites for conguration settings using M/S outlook.
1. Configure outlook anywhere(MS Office 2010) @ http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc179036.aspx

2. Configure outlook anywhere(MS Office 2007) pdf @ http://occs.odu.edu/projects/exchange/outlook_anywhere.pdf


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Error 0x800CCC0D
Problem: When you try to send or receive email, you get an error message. It
says the error number is 0x800ccc0D.

Solution: This error is basically saying that your computer cannot connect
to the mail server. The most common and obvious cause of this is that you
are not connected to the internet at all. To test whether this is the case,
try opening a news web page like news.com or doing a Google search (just
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try restarting the computer and then connecting again. If that fails, you
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If, on the other hand, you are able to pull up web pages, yet still get
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outgoing mail server should be smtp.vcn.com or substitute whatever your
email address ends with for vcn.com.

Make sure to check the mail servers for all your mail accounts if you have
multiple email addresses.

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(that is, the rest of the internet is working fine, only email is having a
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* Restart your computer. This is simple, so you might as well try.
* Try disabling e-mail scanning in your anti-virus program. To do this
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then click the word Email on the menu on the left side. Uncheck both Scan
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messages again.
* Disable your firewall. It could be blocking Outlook Express, or
whatever your email program is, from accessing the internet. McAfee firewall
will usually not turn off even when you tell it to, so you'll have to go
into the firewall settings and delete your e-mail program from the blocked
list, or just uninstall McAfee firewall entirely using the Add/Remove
Programs control panel.
* Make sure you recieve replies when you ping the mail server. If you
cannot, something strange is going on.
* Try checking email using a different mail program such as Thunderbird,
or through webmail on our web site, and see if that works.



Other Cases

You may be able to get mail when you first open Outlook Express, but then
get error 0x800CCC0D from then on. To solve this, go to the Tools Menu >
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and over. In Microsoft Outlook, Tools > Options > Mail Setup tab > Send and
Receive, and uncheck "Schedule an automatic send/receive every 5 minutes"
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Delivery tab). In Outlook Express, go to Tools > Options, and uncheck "check
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http://www.rosecitysoftware.com/Courier/

This will tell you whether the problem is in your outlook settings,
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If the courier mail does not solve the problem, you may have to
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This is assuming of course that you do not have server or
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You may also have a rootkit or a virus lurking in the IP stack,
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Martin

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