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SmtpMail class exception "Could not access 'CDO.Message' object."

M D
For the code see MS knowledge base #310273. All I did was comment out
the parts for adding an attachment and put real values in for smtpServer
& email addresses.

For the SmtpServer I used my email providers entry point which they
refered to as "smtp server for asp mail" and I'm wondering if it's the
asp aspect.

.NET has no documentation on CDO.Message and msdn brings up references
to MS Office & Outlook.

Anyone know what is going wrong here?

thx
md

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Nov 16 '05 #1
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Probably the SMTP Server. Try installing the SMTP service on a machine that
you have access to, and that has access to the internet, and use it to test
it.

Telmo Sampaio

"M D" <ma******@aol.com> wrote in message
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For the code see MS knowledge base #310273. All I did was comment out
the parts for adding an attachment and put real values in for smtpServer
& email addresses.

For the SmtpServer I used my email providers entry point which they
refered to as "smtp server for asp mail" and I'm wondering if it's the
asp aspect.

NET has no documentation on CDO.Message and msdn brings up references
to MS Office & Outlook.

Anyone know what is going wrong here?

thx
md

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