I do not think so.
> mssg.Headers.Add("Disposition-Notification-To", "xxxxxx");
There is the email address missing between the empty quotation mark. (here xxxxxx)
You do NOT get back a notification from the programm. The recipient
of the email is asked, to push a commit button and then a email
is send to the address, you set in your mssg.Headers.Add.
The email-address at the place xxxxxx must set between brackets.
You have already set the options in
> mail.DeliveryNotificationOptions = DeliveryNotificationOptions.OnSuccess;
with the enum .OnSuccess
You will not receive a notification or a message in Your programm.
With the two additional programm lines, a messagebox will show up at the
computer of the mail-receiver. If he commits this box, a notification-mail will
be send back to the mail-address you set.
I did try it with an Outlook (2003 and 2000) frontend and a MS Exchange server to
send the Mail. As a receiver, I tried Outlock 2003 directly linked to a
Web-provider and the Mail frontend of the Web-provider(1x1) itself and it
I suppose Your receiver will not answer for notifications at all (maybe
you have set an option) or Your mail-address for the notification is
in the receivers list for spam-mail.
As I do not know about your mail-receiver, I am afraid that I cannot help
If I have 2 or more tables in database ,I want to know how we can establish connection between them and if we have same field common in 2 tables ,how we can update all by updating one table i.e. particular fields that r common.
If the columns in common between the tables have unique values, you can define them as foreign keys with the ON UPDATE CASCADE constraint (assuming the database supports foreign keys - I know SQLite only recently added support for them). When you update the column in the table being referenced, it will automatically update the column in the other table. I'm not certain if it works the other way around, but I think it does.
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I want to run some processes on a remote PC using WMI and C#. One of the PC runs XP SP3 and the other PC runs XP SP2. But I keep getting "access denied" errors. some of the errors are:
1. Access is denied. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070005 (E_ACCESSDENIED))
2."error Logon failure:the user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer."
Both computers are workgroup computers.i have tried the following with no avail.
I use a login with administrative privileges. In addition I have enabled this account to be remote enabled using
dcomcnfg >DCOM Config >Windows Management Instrumentation > properties on the remote computer.
From security options, I changed "Network access:Sharing and security options for local accounts"
to "Classic: Local users authenticate as themselves." on the remote computer
Disabled the fire wall
Note that code works fine on local host.
i have written code in windows application as follows
="" connectionstring="Data Source=SPARK1\SQLEXPRESS;Initial Catalog=Empdetails;Integrated Security=True;Pooling=False" providername="System.Data.SqlClient">
string conString = ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings["Employee.Properties.Settings.EmpdetailsConnectionString"].ConnectionString;
SqlConnection con = new SqlConnection(conString);
but it gives error like
1. The name ConfigurationManager Des not exist.
pls help me.......
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