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I searched through this forum to find a answer to my problem but
couldn't find it in any of the forums, so I'll describe the problem and
the solution here.

I am using ASP on SBS 2003 with IIS 6.0 and Exchange 6.5.7226.0. I have
a page where the user can submit a form to send email. I followed
Microsoft's sample code to use either CDOSYS or CDOEX, but I kept
getting error 80070005, which is an access denied message. Here's my
simple sample code:

<%
function sendEmail(to, from, subject, body) {
var iMsg = Server.CreateOb ject("CDO.Messa ge")
iMsg.To = to
iMsg.From = from
iMsg.Subject = subject
iMsg.TextBody = body
iMsg.Send()
}
%>

Here's what I did to fix the problem: From the IIS Manager, right-click
Default Web Site, choose Properties, then the Home Directory tab.
Change the Application pool from DefaultAppPool to
ExchangeApplica tionPool.

No more error 80070005.

Hope this helps.

Aug 28 '06 #1
1 2994
Try giving Write permissions to IUSR_[servername] on
C:\Inetpub\mail root\pickup

Ray at work

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news:11******** **************@ m73g2000cwd.goo glegroups.com.. .
>I searched through this forum to find a answer to my problem but
couldn't find it in any of the forums, so I'll describe the problem and
the solution here.

I am using ASP on SBS 2003 with IIS 6.0 and Exchange 6.5.7226.0. I have
a page where the user can submit a form to send email. I followed
Microsoft's sample code to use either CDOSYS or CDOEX, but I kept
getting error 80070005, which is an access denied message. Here's my
simple sample code:

<%
function sendEmail(to, from, subject, body) {
var iMsg = Server.CreateOb ject("CDO.Messa ge")
iMsg.To = to
iMsg.From = from
iMsg.Subject = subject
iMsg.TextBody = body
iMsg.Send()
}
%>

Here's what I did to fix the problem: From the IIS Manager, right-click
Default Web Site, choose Properties, then the Home Directory tab.
Change the Application pool from DefaultAppPool to
ExchangeApplica tionPool.

No more error 80070005.

Hope this helps.

Aug 29 '06 #2

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