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Had an issue with the stmpmail class (under System.Web.Mail namespace,
v1.1 framework).
All of a sudden the emails were not getting sent in our production box
(OS - Windows 2000). Found that after the smtpmail.send method was
called, no exception was raised. So it did not send any emails
neither did it throw an exception (which it should have). So after
the 'send' method was executed, the program just hung up. We are on
v1.1 of the framework, so cannot use the new v2.0 System.Net.Mail
classes. After the server was rebooted, it started working.

My question is -
1. If no exception is raised, how do you debug in such a situation.
2. Are their any other classes in v1.1 that can be used for reliable
emailing.
Any other comments welcome.

Thanks.

Taps.

Feb 5 '07 #1
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Today I was researching something related to this and I came accross a
pretty good article on the internet. This article explain how you could send
an email without use that class - and without use the CDO, so the code works
anywhere.

The link to that is http://www.eggheadcafe.com/articles/20030316.asp.

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Enterprise Architect
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Had an issue with the stmpmail class (under System.Web.Mail namespace,
v1.1 framework).
All of a sudden the emails were not getting sent in our production box
(OS - Windows 2000). Found that after the smtpmail.send method was
called, no exception was raised. So it did not send any emails
neither did it throw an exception (which it should have). So after
the 'send' method was executed, the program just hung up. We are on
v1.1 of the framework, so cannot use the new v2.0 System.Net.Mail
classes. After the server was rebooted, it started working.

My question is -
1. If no exception is raised, how do you debug in such a situation.
2. Are their any other classes in v1.1 that can be used for reliable
emailing.
Any other comments welcome.

Thanks.

Taps.

Feb 6 '07 #2

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