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Trouble sending asp "form" email with local iis smtp

simpleton
Hey all,
I'm new to this board.

I'm trying to send email via a "contact us" form .asp page.
I've setup SMTP Virtual Server on my local XP IIS 5.1 machine.
I told it to relay with 127.0.0.1
The asp page acts like it works, but no email comes through.

I initially set the page up with CDONTS (as the tutorial explained): http://www.webthang.co.uk/Tuts/tuts_dmx/dmxf_5/dmx5_3.asp

I got CDONTS.dll registered and seems like it should work, but it doesn't.
I checked and I have CDONTS and CDOSYS installed/activated.

Event log is showing:
"Message delivery to the remote domain 'hidden.com' failed for the following reason: The remote server did not respond to a connection attempt."

I tried switching to CDOSYS but I seem to get the same results...

Is there something ELSE that i need to do in my local IIS SMTP setup?
Or do i need to go over to our Exchange Server and tell it to trust my lowly workstation? I have NO idea!!

Please help!!
Aug 28 '07 #1
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Ooh, yeah.. and i can see that the email that i've tried to ASP send is still sitting in the C:\Inetpub\mailroot\Queue folder.
Aug 28 '07 #2
kenobewan
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Most likely a problem with your asp code. HTH.
Aug 29 '07 #3
I'm using code that i got from http://www.spoono.com/asp/tutorials/tutorial.php?id=19

but i don't see anywhere that tells asp or iis where my exchange server lives... so i don't see how the email will get sent out...
Aug 29 '07 #4

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