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This is an online tutorial that elaborates in sending HTML Email using ASP.NET and Visual Basic.NET. It is very simple and easy which is now proved by the author through this article. Now you could use ASP.NET for sending your HTML Emails.
This ASP learning resource teaches you how to create a web based form to receive automic emails from your visitors, users etc., All email components are given in detail from which you will be able to generate the coding for form based mails.
Sending emails using ASP.NET is possible, which is illustrated in this article by authors along with explaining about the email encoding, priority, attachments and email format.
The method of sending email from ASP.NET web page is described through this article. Through this the author has demonstrated the art of sending emails from an ASP.NET web page.
Using ASP.NET to Send E-Mail—Including Attachments is the base of this article. The author explains the art of sending emails with attachments in ASP.NET.
Frequently Asked Questions for System.Web.Mail is the main core of this article. This article gives out all the posssible frequently asked questions and unsolved problems with System.Web.Mail and its solutions.
SMTP Internationalization, this article is really helpful and interesting for those who like to keep contact in their regional language. This author putforth the foundation for changing the System.Text.Encoding.
Simple ASP.NET Email is the articles very much useful for the beginners sending emails in ASP.NET. A set of questions asked by the users are given along with the solutions by the author.
Send Email from ASP.NET, this is the core objective of the author to explain the webmasters through this tutorial. The author demonstrates the main three methods of email functionality in .NET and when to make use of it.
Create an SMTP email client for ASP.NET, it is the main core of this tutorial. The author tells the significance of ASP.NET which is an in-built for sending emails in System.Web.Mail.