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asp_components thread: email problem


Message #1 by 9724613@s... on Fri, 16 Mar 2001 14:27:26
I trying to send an email to users who have just registered to my site.

the code below gives me this error



jmail.SMTPMail error '8000ffff' 

The message was undeliverable. All servers failed to receive the message 

/christine/asp-bin/register.asp, line 126 

Where line 126 is JMail.Execute



Set JMail = Server.CreateObject("JMail.SMTPMail") 



JMail.ServerAddress = "<gabriel.ul.ie>"



JMail.SenderName = "9724613@s..."

JMail.Subject = "Registered



JMail.AddRecipient Request.Form("emailaddress")



JMail.Body = "Thankyou for registering"

JMail.Priority = 1



jmail.AddHeader "Originating-IP", Request.ServerVariables("REMOTE_ADDR") 



JMail.Execute



Any help would be greatly appreciated



christine







Message #2 by "Jonothon Ortiz" <jon@x...> on Fri, 16 Mar 2001 09:42:35 -0500
do you have this set up on a server that is not Windows NT4 / SP5 or greater

OR does not have SMTP installed?



If that's not the case, replace



JMail.ServerAddress = "<gabriel.ul.ie>"



with



JMail.ServerAddress = "gabriel.ul.ie"



and see if that works.



Jonothon Ortiz

Senior Web Developer

Xnext, Inc.

Ph:  xxx.xxx.xxxx

or  888.84.XNEXT

http://www.Xnext.com

mailto:jon@x...



-----Original Message-----

From: 9724613@s... [mailto:9724613@s...]

Sent: Friday, March 16, 2001 5:46 PM

To: ASP components

Subject: [asp_components] email problem





I trying to send an email to users who have just registered to my site.

the code below gives me this error



jmail.SMTPMail error '8000ffff'

The message was undeliverable. All servers failed to receive the message

/christine/asp-bin/register.asp, line 126

Where line 126 is JMail.Execute



Set JMail = Server.CreateObject("JMail.SMTPMail")



JMail.ServerAddress = "<gabriel.ul.ie>"



JMail.SenderName = "9724613@s..."

JMail.Subject = "Registered



JMail.AddRecipient Request.Form("emailaddress")



JMail.Body = "Thankyou for registering"

JMail.Priority = 1



jmail.AddHeader "Originating-IP", Request.ServerVariables("REMOTE_ADDR")



JMail.Execute



Any help would be greatly appreciated



christine









Message #3 by "Fotopoulos, Lefteris" <LFot@e...> on Fri, 16 Mar 2001 16:57:21 +0200
I don't know if it's a missprint but there is a " missing from JMail.Subject

= "Registered.

Also try to Trim all your strings.

For example:

JMail.AddRecipient Trim(Request.Form("emailaddress"))



PS. I think the .AddRecipient method must be called each time you want to

add a recipient.

The  JMail.AddRecipient Request.Form("emailaddress") will work only if there

is one email address in the  Request.Form("emailaddress") collection.





-----Original Message-----

From: 9724613@s... [mailto:9724613@s...]

Sent: Saturday, March 17, 2001 12:46 AM

To: ASP components

Subject: [asp_components] email problem





I trying to send an email to users who have just registered to my site.

the code below gives me this error



jmail.SMTPMail error '8000ffff' 

The message was undeliverable. All servers failed to receive the message 

/christine/asp-bin/register.asp, line 126 

Where line 126 is JMail.Execute



Set JMail = Server.CreateObject("JMail.SMTPMail") 



JMail.ServerAddress = "<gabriel.ul.ie>"



JMail.SenderName = "9724613@s..."

JMail.Subject = "Registered



JMail.AddRecipient Request.Form("emailaddress")



JMail.Body = "Thankyou for registering"

JMail.Priority = 1



jmail.AddHeader "Originating-IP", Request.ServerVariables("REMOTE_ADDR") 



JMail.Execute



Any help would be greatly appreciated



christine







Message #4 by CoolBratt <shardulmahajan@y...> on Mon, 19 Mar 2001 03:59:17 -0800 (PST)
hi there...



i am a fresher but i think that pls check the line for

jmail.subject the quotes are not closed...may be that

is causing the prob.



if this is not then do let me know the solution...when

u will get it...bye



--- 9724613@s... wrote:

> I trying to send an email to users who have just

> registered to my site.

> the code below gives me this error

> 

> jmail.SMTPMail error '8000ffff' 

> The message was undeliverable. All servers failed to

> receive the message 

> /christine/asp-bin/register.asp, line 126 

> Where line 126 is JMail.Execute

> 

> Set JMail = Server.CreateObject("JMail.SMTPMail") 

> 

> JMail.ServerAddress = "<gabriel.ul.ie>"

> 

> JMail.SenderName = "9724613@s..."

> JMail.Subject = "Registered

> 

> JMail.AddRecipient Request.Form("emailaddress")

> 

> JMail.Body = "Thankyou for registering"

> JMail.Priority = 1

> 

> jmail.AddHeader "Originating-IP",

> Request.ServerVariables("REMOTE_ADDR") 

> 

> JMail.Execute

> 

> Any help would be greatly appreciated

> 

> christine



Message #5 by CHRISTINE CAREW <9724613@s...> on Tue, 20 Mar 2001 11:42:23 +0000
Hi 

The line where the quotes are not closed is a misprint.

The solution to my problem was to replace this,



JMail.ServerAddress = "<gabriel.ul.ie>"



with



JMail.ServerAddress = "gabriel.ul.ie"





-----Original Message-----

From: CoolBratt [mailto:shardulmahajan@y...]

Sent: Monday, March 19, 2001 11:59 AM

To: ASP components

Subject: [asp_components] Re: email problem





hi there...



i am a fresher but i think that pls check the line for

jmail.subject the quotes are not closed...may be that

is causing the prob.



if this is not then do let me know the solution...when

u will get it...bye



--- 9724613@s... wrote:

> I trying to send an email to users who have just

> registered to my site.

> the code below gives me this error

> 

> jmail.SMTPMail error '8000ffff' 

> The message was undeliverable. All servers failed to

> receive the message 

> /christine/asp-bin/register.asp, line 126 

> Where line 126 is JMail.Execute

> 

> Set JMail = Server.CreateObject("JMail.SMTPMail") 

> 

> JMail.ServerAddress = "<gabriel.ul.ie>"

> 

> JMail.SenderName = "9724613@s..."

> JMail.Subject = "Registered

> 

> JMail.AddRecipient Request.Form("emailaddress")

> 

> JMail.Body = "Thankyou for registering"

> JMail.Priority = 1

> 

> jmail.AddHeader "Originating-IP",

> Request.ServerVariables("REMOTE_ADDR") 

> 

> JMail.Execute

> 

> Any help would be greatly appreciated

> 

> christine





---

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Scalability: http://www.softartisans.com/saxsession.html

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$subst('Email.Unsub')



Message #6 by "Richard Flapper" <flapper@r...> on Tue, 20 Mar 2001 13:00:00 +0100
Hi there, this is some actual working code using the JMail component:



Set oMail = Server.CreateObject ("JMail.SMTPMail")



  oMail.ServerAddress = "193.67.32.37"



  oMail.SenderName = "Test.nl"

  oMail.Sender = "justanemailadres@t..."

  oMail.Subject = "Test.nl"

  oMail.AddRecipient szEMail

  oMail.Body = szBody

  oMail.Priority = 3

  oMail.AddHeader "Originating-IP", Request.ServerVariables("REMOTE_ADDR")



  oMail.Execute





It uses the variables szEmail and szBody but it should be readable!



Cheers,

Richard



----- Original Message -----

From: "CHRISTINE CAREW" <9724613@s...>

To: "ASP components" <asp_components@p...>

Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2001 12:42 PM

Subject: [asp_components] Re: email problem





> Hi

> The line where the quotes are not closed is a misprint.

> The solution to my problem was to replace this,

>

> JMail.ServerAddress = "<gabriel.ul.ie>"

>

> with

>

> JMail.ServerAddress = "gabriel.ul.ie"

>

>

> -----Original Message-----

> From: CoolBratt [mailto:shardulmahajan@y...]

> Sent: Monday, March 19, 2001 11:59 AM

> To: ASP components

> Subject: [asp_components] Re: email problem

>

>

> hi there...

>

> i am a fresher but i think that pls check the line for

> jmail.subject the quotes are not closed...may be that

> is causing the prob.

>

> if this is not then do let me know the solution...when

> u will get it...bye

>

> --- 9724613@s... wrote:

> > I trying to send an email to users who have just

> > registered to my site.

> > the code below gives me this error

> >

> > jmail.SMTPMail error '8000ffff'

> > The message was undeliverable. All servers failed to

> > receive the message

> > /christine/asp-bin/register.asp, line 126

> > Where line 126 is JMail.Execute

> >

> > Set JMail = Server.CreateObject("JMail.SMTPMail")

> >

> > JMail.ServerAddress = "<gabriel.ul.ie>"

> >

> > JMail.SenderName = "9724613@s..."

> > JMail.Subject = "Registered

> >

> > JMail.AddRecipient Request.Form("emailaddress")

> >

> > JMail.Body = "Thankyou for registering"

> > JMail.Priority = 1

> >

> > jmail.AddHeader "Originating-IP",

> > Request.ServerVariables("REMOTE_ADDR")

> >

> > JMail.Execute

> >

> > Any help would be greatly appreciated

> >

> > christine

>

>

> ---

> SoftArtisans helps developers build robust, scalable Web applications!

> Excel Web reports, charts: http://www.softartisans.com/excelwriter.html

> File uploads: http://www.softartisans.com/saf.html

> Transactional file management: http://www.softartisans.com/saf1.html

> Scalability: http://www.softartisans.com/saxsession.html

> ASPstudio value pack: http://www.softartisans.com/aspstudiosuite.html




> $subst('Email.Unsub')

>

>

> ---

> SoftArtisans helps developers build robust, scalable Web applications!

> Excel Web reports, charts: http://www.softartisans.com/excelwriter.html

> File uploads: http://www.softartisans.com/saf.html

> Transactional file management: http://www.softartisans.com/saf1.html

> Scalability: http://www.softartisans.com/saxsession.html

> ASPstudio value pack: http://www.softartisans.com/aspstudiosuite.html




$subst('Email.Unsub')

>



Message #7 by "Richard Flapper" <flapper@r...> on Tue, 20 Mar 2001 12:58:24 +0100
Hi, this is some actually working code using the JMail component:



----- Original Message -----

From: "CHRISTINE CAREW" <9724613@s...>

To: "ASP components" <asp_components@p...>

Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2001 12:42 PM

Subject: [asp_components] Re: email problem





> Hi

> The line where the quotes are not closed is a misprint.

> The solution to my problem was to replace this,

>

> JMail.ServerAddress = "<gabriel.ul.ie>"

>

> with

>

> JMail.ServerAddress = "gabriel.ul.ie"

>

>

> -----Original Message-----

> From: CoolBratt [mailto:shardulmahajan@y...]

> Sent: Monday, March 19, 2001 11:59 AM

> To: ASP components

> Subject: [asp_components] Re: email problem

>

>

> hi there...

>

> i am a fresher but i think that pls check the line for

> jmail.subject the quotes are not closed...may be that

> is causing the prob.

>

> if this is not then do let me know the solution...when

> u will get it...bye

>

> --- 9724613@s... wrote:

> > I trying to send an email to users who have just

> > registered to my site.

> > the code below gives me this error

> >

> > jmail.SMTPMail error '8000ffff'

> > The message was undeliverable. All servers failed to

> > receive the message

> > /christine/asp-bin/register.asp, line 126

> > Where line 126 is JMail.Execute

> >

> > Set JMail = Server.CreateObject("JMail.SMTPMail")

> >

> > JMail.ServerAddress = "<gabriel.ul.ie>"

> >

> > JMail.SenderName = "9724613@s..."

> > JMail.Subject = "Registered

> >

> > JMail.AddRecipient Request.Form("emailaddress")

> >

> > JMail.Body = "Thankyou for registering"

> > JMail.Priority = 1

> >

> > jmail.AddHeader "Originating-IP",

> > Request.ServerVariables("REMOTE_ADDR")

> >

> > JMail.Execute

> >

> > Any help would be greatly appreciated

> >

> > christine


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