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    Using Bounced E-mail Messages to Clean Your Address List with ASP, Visual Basic, VB Script, and more…

    In this article you will learn: · Three very important reasons why your must clean your e-mail address list now · What you need to know about how SMTP servers route bounced messages · The secret to automatically matching bounced messages to addresses in your database · The difference between hard and soft bounces and why you should track both · Bonus secret to tracking failures on a mailing by mailing basis This edition also contains downloadable sample code that will: · Encode your outbound messages with the proper information so that they can be matched to your address database if they are returned undeliverable · Scan your bounced messages and flag the addresses in your database · Provide you with tons of phrases found in typical bounced messages, which can be used to programmatically discover their meaning Three reasons why you must clean your list now...

    Added: Oct 10, 2003 | Total Clicks: 10987 | Rating: 0 out of 10 stars
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    Send E-mail for Free with ASP.Net, VB.Net, C# and other .Net Applications

    You will learn: · The basics of sending e-mail · How to attach files to your messages · How to send an HTML message that contains support for non HTML mail readers · Several reasons why the System.Web.Mail classes are not your best bet · How to send e-mail through a server that requires authentication · How to overcome the #1 problem most developers encounter when trying to send e-mail from their application Also contains sample code that will enable you to: · Create and send an e-mail message with only one line of code · Create and send a message containing an attachment · Create and send an HTML e-mail message with text support for non HTML readers · Send a message through a server that requires authentication · Specify backup servers for your outgoing message

    Added: Oct 10, 2003 | Total Clicks: 1994 | Rating: 0.03 out of 10 stars
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    Retrieve E-Mail from a POP3 Server with ASP, Visual Basic, VB Script, Delphi, Cold Fusion and more….

    This issue of E-Mail Secrets will show you how to build a reliable POP3 application the easy way. Developers who are new to POP3 as well as seasoned POP3 developers will find this article indispensable. Basic to advanced topics are covered. This article offers tips, tricks and secrets that developers of all levels can benefit from. What you will learn from this brief article will save you weeks or more of learning, research and development. Read this article and have a basic, reliable POP3 application up and running within an hour. Sample code and applications included. In this edition you will learn: · How to connect to a POP3 server · What you need to know about protecting POP3 passwords that are processed with your application. · How to get the total count of messages in the mailbox · How to download full messages or headers only · How to download messages or headers in small groups to enable paging capabilities in your app · How to delete a message from the server · How to parse downloaded messages and access all message parts, including attachments, HTML, etc... · How to uniquely identify messages on the server · How to synchronize your app with a POP3 server and enable it to work offline · How to detect if a message has already been downloaded by your app · 5 things you can't do with a POP3 server · Bonus: How to store and organize downloaded messages locally This edition also contains sample code and applications including: · VB script code demonstrating most POP3 procedures · A simple VB6 POP3 client · A simple ASP POP3 client

    Added: Oct 10, 2003 | Total Clicks: 5655 | Rating: 0.44 out of 10 stars
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    Secure the Email in Your .Net Apps with SSL Email Components

    If you are confused about how to implement security in an email app, you are not alone - SSL, S/MIME, PGP, certificates, signatures - it all can get quite confusing. There are many methods of securing email, each with its own strengths, weaknesses and complexities. This is the first in a series of articles dealing with email security in which I hope to simplify some of these complexities. In this article I will focus on SSL and leave future articles to deal with the other security methods and protocols. Unlike other information you may have read about SSL, the information presented in this article is from an email developer's perspective. I will explore the pros and cons of SSL and show you exactly what you need to know to properly build and support an email client application that can send and retrieve email over an SSL encrypted channel. Sample code is also included which will enable you to build SSL enabled .Net apps - within minutes!

    Requires: Windows / Intel
    Added: Oct 10, 2003 | Total Clicks: 1007 | Rating: 0 out of 10 stars
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