Validating email format
NET wrapper assembly, ASPEMAILLib.dll, which has to be placed in the \Bin subdirectory of your ASP. Alternatively, you can place this file in the Global Assembly Cache.In C#, create an instance of Asp Email as follows: In order to send email, Asp Email "talks" to an SMTP server.
Examples of other auto replies are vacation mails, challenges from challenge-response spam filtering, replies from list servers, and feedback reports.
Notice that you must not use an '=' sign to pass values to the methods. The script is essentially the same except that the message body is set to an HTML string, and the property Is HTML is set to True: Asp Email is capable of validating the syntax of an email address.
For example, Use the Subject and Body properties to specify the message subject and body text, respectively. In the latter case, you must also set the Is HTML property to True. As of Version 5.2, it is also able to determine, with a high degree of certainty, whether a particular email address actually exists.
These other auto replies are discussed in RFC 3834: auto replies should be sent to the stated in the received mail which has triggered the auto reply, and this response is typically sent with an empty Return-Path; otherwise auto responders could be trapped in sending auto replies back and forth. Today these paths are normally reduced to ordinary email addresses, as the old SMTP 'source routing' was deprecated in 1989; for some historical background info see Sender Rewriting Scheme.
One special form of a path still exists: the empty path are non-delivery reports (NDRs) or delivery status notifications (DSNs).
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Validate Address MX returns an empty string if the email address is successfully validated, or an error message if the validation fails.