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Hi All,


I've added an email address in both TO and CC fields(same email in both textboxes). The recipient is getting two emails.

My tester is expecting only one mail, I tried removing the duplicate email from CC field. But my tester is expecting when he opens the ibox and see the TO and CC fields then he should see the email address in both TO and CC fields.


public ActionResult SaveSendNotification(SendNotificationCommonForAll dto)
        {
            try
            {
                string[] CCList = { string.Empty };
                string[] ToList = { string.Empty };
                Guid guid = new Guid();

                UserDTO userDTO = (UserDTO)Session["UserDto"];
                string senderEmailId = userDTO.Email;
if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(dto.SendNotificationCommon.ToRecipients))
                {
                    ToList = dto.SendNotificationCommon.ToRecipients.Split(new[] { ';', ',' });
                    if (ToList.Contains(System.Configuration.ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["DLKey"]))
                    {
                        string allEmails = string.Empty;
                        foreach (string s in UserAccountService.GetUsersForMailSend(userDTO.CreatedBy).ToList())
                        {
                            if (s != "" || s != string.Empty)
                                allEmails = allEmails + s + ",";
                        }
                        ToList = allEmails.Split(new[] { ';', ',' });
                        ToList = ToList.Where(x => !string.IsNullOrEmpty(x)).ToArray();
                        
                    }
                    foreach (string mail in ToList)
                    {
                        if (!IsValid(mail))
                        {
                            TempData["ResultMessage"] = "Invalid To mail: " + mail;
                            return RedirectToAction("Index", new { guid = guid, NotificationType = dto.SendNotificationCommon.NotificationType });
                        }
                    }
                    ToList = new HashSet<string>(ToList).ToArray();
                }

                if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(dto.SendNotificationCommon.CcRecipients))
                {
                    CCList = dto.SendNotificationCommon.CcRecipients.Split(new[] { ';', ',' });
                    foreach (string mail in CCList)
                    {
                        if (!IsValid(mail))
                        {
                            TempData["ResultMessage"] = "Invalid Cc mail: " + mail;
                            return RedirectToAction("Index", new { guid = guid, NotificationType = dto.SendNotificationCommon.NotificationType });
                        }
                    }
                    CCList = new HashSet<string>(CCList).ToArray();
                }
                CCList = CCList.Where(s => !string.IsNullOrEmpty(s)).ToArray();
                CCList= CCList.Except(ToList).ToArray();
                Email emaildetails = new Email(ToList, dto.HTMLEditor.HtmlContent, CCList, null, dto.SendNotificationCommon.Subject, Configurations.MailUser, new EmailConfiguration { HostName = Configurations.MailUser, ServerName = Configurations.MailServer, Password = Configurations.MailUserPassword, Port = Convert.ToInt16(Configurations.MailPortNumber) });
                SmtpClient smtpClient = new SmtpClient();
                MailMessage mailObject = new MailMessage();


                AdminSettingsDto AdminDTO = AdminSettingsCache.GetAdminsettingsFromCache();
                if (emaildetails.SendTo != null)
                {
                    mailObject = PrepareMailMessage(emaildetails);
                    string smtpServerName = AdminDTO.SmtpServerName.Trim();
                    string userName = AdminDTO.Email;
                    string password = AdminDTO.Password;
                    NetworkCredential networkCredential = new NetworkCredential(userName, password);
                    smtpClient.Host = smtpServerName;
                    smtpClient.UseDefaultCredentials = false;
                    smtpClient.Credentials = networkCredential;
                    smtpClient.EnableSsl = Configurations.EnableSSL;
                    smtpClient.Port = (int)AdminDTO.Port;


                    //todo: needs to be uncommented on production
                    smtpClient.Send(mailObject);
}


Thank you..

Regards,
Ravikumar G.

What I have tried:

I've googled for this but didn't get any clues.
Posted
Updated 16-Mar-17 22:47pm
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Graeme_Grant 17-Mar-17 2:57am
   
We can't see your code telepathically... Please share the code so we can see what you are doing.

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M,AqibShehzad 17-Mar-17 3:17am
   
post your code snippet
Graeme_Grant 17-Mar-17 3:24am
   
He's asked over 130 questions so far. You would think that he would know by now...

1 solution

Your tester does not know what he talks about. If you specify the same address multiple times, it will be send multiple times. It does not care in which of the destination fields ("To", "Cc", "Bcc") the address is specified. The SMTP server will parse all fields and forward the message to each listed recipient.

Mail clients will just show the content of the "To" and "Cc" destination fields. An address listed in the "To" field only will not be shown in the "Cc" field of the client.

Your tester should understand the purpose of those fields:

"To" is for the actual recipient(s) which might answer.

"Cc" is for additional recipients to get them informed but not expected to answer.

"Bcc" is like "Cc" but the field is removed from the mail (or modified) upon transmission.

See also section 3.6.3. Destination address fields of RFC 2822[^].
   

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