6.0 Email attachments, in C# and VB.NET.
Emails are one of the best forms of communication between an
application and ‘disconnected’ users. Often it can be used to inform developers
of system failures and exceptional events, which may occur at out-of-office
hours. By using attachments, it may be possible to send log files, and binary
dump information from a failed process to the respective developer.
This is an Email application that can be used to send emails
with attachments. To use it, you must know your outgoing (SMTP) mail server
address. This is usually in the form smtp.yourISP.com or mail.yourISP.com where
“yourISP.com” is the web address of your Internet service provider.
To use this utility, type in a valid From address, a To
address, the Outgoing mail server, and optionally, an attachment. You can then
type in a message, and press ‘Send’
(Source code availabile in the book
Network Programming in .NET
(Buy at Amazon UK)
(Buy at Amazon US), Chapter 5,