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GeneralThe path is not a legal form Pin
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QuestionWhen is my window hidden? Pin
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Heath Stewart16-Jan-04 5:38
protectorHeath Stewart16-Jan-04 5:38 
This all comes down to configuring your SMTP server. When you connect to one ISP, your SMTP Virtual Server routes messages to it and your ISP allows it either because they allowing relaying from anywhere (EXTREMELY stupid and the cause for a lot of SPAM being sent) or from connected clients. The other ISP probably doesn't allow you to relay either because they don't allow relaying from clients at all, or because your SMTP Virtual Server is configured to use a domain that it won't relay (like the domain for your other ISP).

When you put the application on a production server, make sure it has CDO installed, either from the SMTP Virtual Services or from Microsoft Exchange, either of which is a CDO server. These must be configured correctly to either relay mail for their own domain (which pretty much goes without saying) or to forward to anther SMTP server to relay the messages (which is what your SMTP Virtual Services on your workstation is doing).

 

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