Software Development Kit
EasyEmailSender Class
MicroMighty.SDK.Net.Tools Namespace
Usage
A reference to the SDK DLLs is required, see how to add a reference to the MicroMighty SDK DLLs.
Configuration
The following variables can be added to the Web.Config as used in the examples above
(these variables can also be provided directly at runtime to the EasyEmailSender object)
Add the following entries in the "<appSettings>" section of "<configuration>"
<!-- EasyEmailSender Variables -->
<add key="EasyEmailSenderSMTPEnableSSL" value="true
" />
<add key="EasyEmailSenderSMTPPort" value="587" />
<add key="EasyEmailSenderSMTPHost" value="smtp.gmail.com" />
<add key="EasyEmailSenderSMTPUserName" value="YourUserName@gmail.com" />
<add key="EasyEmailSenderSMTPPassword" value="YourPassword" />
Notes
This example is using port 587 in order to use a "Goodle Apps" account authentication to send an email,
Based on your SMTP authentication you will need to provide different values and probably a different port.
The SMTP Host default port is port 25, however some servers are blocking the default port,
Check what are your SMTP variables with your hosting company or Internet Service Provider.
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