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Old January 12th, 2007, 11:23 AM
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hi everybody,
i wanted to popup new window on selection of particular value in dropdownlist ,but not able to do that can any one help that plz and also in our web application on forgot password we need to mail them,i want to know how to send mail in asp.net2.0......

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First read this:

http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html

I don't mean to sound condescending here, but you obviously have not done any research on how to solve your problem (not to mention that you have posted to the wrong forum) because sending email from .NET is extremely simple and there are coupious tutorials on how to do it.

The dropdownlist question, again research it. It can be achieved using Javascript or using a mix of .NET and Javascript.

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sorry for posting in wrong forum actually for dropdownlistbox i dont want to use javascript for popup and for mail iam didnt get any tutorials for it ......thanks for the reply

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Look into the System.Web.Mail namespace for your mail problems and as far as the dropdown goes, you can utilize its Autopostback property to have it trigger events.

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