I m developing a web portal in c# asp.net web application .i want to built an email client.My email client will include the functionalty as
Making new account
sending e mail with attachments
receiving email with inbox maintaing facility. etc
but i have not any idea about it. Can any one guide us first of all about the email server that which server should b used 2ndly how it can be used n from where v can get help regading its builtin methods to b used in email client.
v want help in C# not in HTML codin
I am supporting an ASP application, there is a form in this application which have more than 300 fields. Now sometime data fails at the time of submission. There are 6 screens and session variable are being used to save form data temporarily and move between the screens.
Is there any other way to handle such a huge form?
I made a test a while back on how many fields you could have in a form, and it showed that somewhere around 100 fields the browser started acting up. IIRC that was IE 5.0 on Windows 98, so newer browsers in newer operating sytems probably have a higher limit. Still, the limit is not very high, so it's quite possible that you have more fields in the form than the browser can handle.
The way to handle such a huge form is not to. Split it up in smaller forms.
I need to send email using Binary SOAP. I used DIME but i realised that
it only send attachment by binary soap, though my requirement is that i
need to send attachment AND the enter email attributes(user's and receipient
email, message, subject line). can anyone tell me how can i have this done and
which technique to use for sending all these attributes using Binary SOAP.
Thanks for the quick responce, Deepak but my problem is more of a backend thing.
I am trying to figure out what is causing the problem. Let me eleborate on the question
that might help you undestand the problem. According to my requirement here is what i am doing.
At the client end, i create a DIME attachment and then a webservice call to the server whete it is authenticated. There is a function which sends email. It has the following parameters:
Retrieve data (which is the sender and receipient's email addresses and message)
Attach the attachment
"Attach the attachment" is where i am stuck. When i try to attach the attachment,it throws an exception that the obj ref is not set OR path incorrect. It just won't work !!
This code works fine, and everything is displayed. The only problem is that the name, MyTextboxName, is not being put into the code. when I do an innerHTML on the object that I am inserting the textbox in, I see everything EXCEPT for name="MyTextboxName". If I change textbox.name="MyTextboxName"; to textbox.Name="MyTextboxName"; (notice the capital "N"), I get Name="MyTextboxName" put into the code when I do an innerHTML. The only problem is, when I do a document.getElementsByName("MyTextboxName").length;, I get 0 returned, which means that it cannot be found. Also, if I target the element by index number, I get a textbox.name="" and textbox.Name=undefined.
i am dynamically generating accounting reports and balance sheets. then i want to provide an option for print. the user can specify custom headers and footers for the pages of the report and they should be printed on each page of the report. how can i do that??
Thanks for the link Vasudevan, but it's a bit too complicated for what I'm after. I know the thing I'm looking for is simple (one line?) - have seen it before - but just need to remember (*smacks head*).
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