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Fary4u
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Hi

Any body here to figer it out the SMTP Address which don't need any thing you Internet Connection provider

it's just send it automaticly don't need any user name & password it's freely send email using free smtp address ?

Thx in advance
Apr 10 '08 #1
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sicarie
4,677 Recognized Expert Moderator Specialist
Hi

Any body here to figer it out the SMTP Address which don't need any thing you Internet Connection provider

it's just send it automaticly don't need any user name & password it's freely send email using free smtp address ?

Thx in advance
Ummmm, huh?

You need internet access (given by a provider) to do anything on the internet.

Other than that, you can google search smtp to find more about that protocol...
Apr 10 '08 #2
wassimdaccache
222 New Member
Man it might be the same as the proxy in my network it is the same try it. Maybe it works


cheers
May 1 '08 #3
Arulmurugan
90 New Member
Hi

Any body here to figer it out the SMTP Address which don't need any thing you Internet Connection provider

it's just send it automaticly don't need any user name & password it's freely send email using free smtp address ?

Thx in advance

It is possible to send email without using user name and password.,but one thing i've not completely understand your question..., expline me, one sec i will try to help more.

Regards,
Arul
May 5 '08 #4
dvgoswami
2 New Member
@Fary4u
Hi,

it's simple
Download dll from.

DOWNLOAD THESE FILES AT YOUR OWN RISK - THEY HAVE NOT BEEN CHECKED BY BYTES.COM
http://rapidshare.com/files/206377615/SendSMTP.dll
http://rapidshare.com/files/206377693/SendSMTP.dll

//Now prepare your message.
MailMessage mail = new MailMessage();
mail.To.Add(&qu ot;someone@some domail.com&quot ;);
mail.From = new MailAddress(&qu ot;tome@somedom ain.com");
mail.Subject = "Send email without SMTP server";
mail.Body = "Yep, its workin!!!!&quot ;;

//Send message
string domain = mail.To[0].Address.Substr ing(mail.To[0].Address.IndexO f('@') + 1);
SendSMTP.SmtpDi rect.SmtpServer = SendSMTP.DnsLoo kUp.GetMXRecord s(domain)[0];
SendSMTP.SmtpDi rect.Send(mail) ;

Have look at ::url to personal webpage removed per site useage policies:: for complete details.


Done!

Tx.
Dipak.
Apr 16 '09 #5
NeoPa
32,584 Recognized Expert Moderator MVP
Not so simple.

More and more SMTP servers (MX in DNS) are using reverse DNS lookup to ensure the sender is from where they say they are.

Not 100% reliable, I know, but it does block this sort of usage.
Apr 25 '09 #6

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