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Old March 5th, 2007, 06:05 AM
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Default help, converting vb.net few lines to C#

Could anybody please, help in converting the following few lines to C#???

  Public Sub Send_Email2(ByVal claimID As Integer, ByVal ApartmentID As Integer, ByVal strComplaintTitle As String, ByVal strFullName As String, ByVal strPriority As String, ByVal strProblemDetails As String)

            Dim UNMtxt As String = "[email protected]"


                Dim varMailbody As String
                varMailbody = "<b>Dear Admin,</b><br><br>"
                varMailbody = varMailbody & "You got a new ticket."
                varMailbody = varMailbody & "<b>Ticket Number: </b>" & claimID & "<b> Customer Name: </b>" & strFullName & "<br>"
                varMailbody = varMailbody & "<br><b>Problem Title: </b>" & strComplaintTitle & "<b> Priority: " & strPriority & "</b><br>"
                varMailbody = varMailbody & "<br><b>Problem Details: </b>" & strProblemDetails & "<br><br>Please check and reply.<br><br>Thank you<br>albab.com<br>"

                Dim ToAddress As String = UNMtxt

                Dim fromAddress As String = "[email protected]"

                '(1) Create the MailMessage instance
                Dim mm As New MailMessage(fromAddress, ToAddress)

                '(1.2) set the e-mail Priority
                mm.Priority = CInt(DropDownList1.SelectedValue)

                '(2) Assign the MailMessage's properties
                mm.Subject = "New Ticket - albab.com"
                mm.Body = varMailbody
                mm.IsBodyHtml = True
                '(3) Create the SmtpClient object
                Dim smtp As New SmtpClient
                'smtp.Host = "mail.albab.com"
                smtp.Host = "LOCALHOST"
                smtp.Port = 25

                smtp.Credentials = New NetworkCredential("[email protected]", "Sys!234")

                '(4) Send the MailMessage (will use the Web.config settings)



            Catch ex As Exception
                Errlbl.Text = "Sorry! Your ticket can not be submitted at the moment!"
                Errlbl.Text = Errlbl.Text & " " & ex.Message

            End Try

        End Sub

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