We have an excel spreadsheet with about 10000 names (company and email address) and we need to send some legal docs to them. I'm looking for a way to automate this either via a macro in excel or templates in outlook.Problem with macro in excel is that the code I was able to findcustomize doesn't let me insert a formatted text in the message body.[code]...
While I understand there are properties of MailItem that would allow one to programmatically create a formatted email, I would prefer the ability to copy the body of an email that is already formatted to my liking (bolding, italicizing, embedded pictures/tables, set margins, etc.) copy and paste it to a newly composed email such that this formatting is preserved.
I am buidling an application that users can use to submit text data and attachments to email recipients. Certain fields, quite a few in fact from the textboxes in the app will be in the email body, and some in the subject line.This is how I am doing it right now, but I figured there has to be a better way. In VB it is one single line of code, not many like it is here. Ideally I would like to be able to better control the positioning in the message body.
I'm trying to make an ordering app and I'm using a DataGridView with 2 ComboBox Columns (Products & Quantities). After the user has selected the Products & Quantities in the DataGridView it needs to send this order as email. I'm using this code for SMTP mail:
I am trying to do what I thought would be simple (especialloy since it worked like a charm in VB 6 with the mapi control:The program populates a multi-line text box with information based on user selections The user hits a button and it pulls up his email client with the subject and body filled in so that he can select a recepient and send off the information. The problem. The text always comes out as a single line run together How can I get line breaks back into the body?
The code that doesn't work is:
Dim sendthis As String = "" sendthis = sendthis & "mailto:" sendthis = sendthis & "&subject=New Loss for client " & frmMain.Clt & " Number: " & frmMain.Claim (frmMianClt and frMainClaim are string properties of the mdi container)
What im trying to do is add a hyperlink to the body of an email in vb.net. What im getting when i send the email is the link is text. Here is what I doing so far below.
'Accepts two parameters - the username and password for the email client Dim credentials As New System.Net.NetworkCredential("email@example.com", "test") smtpClient.Credentials = credentials Dim body, link As String
I'm just wondering about this one. I'm creating an ASP.NET webform containing lots of textboxes etc. And I want to send an e-mail based on this stuff. And the e-mails body needs to go into a string. And the string is supposed to contain HTML code, but the syntax changes because of the string. So how can I simplify this? Is there any software or something that lets me do this? Perhaps paste in some HTML code and then convert this to string format, ready to use with vb.net?
I know I havent posted in awhile but you guys have done such a good helping me, my projects have been a breeze lately I have a new challenge though and I cant seem to figure out the solution. This new project Im working on sends a range of cells from an excel worksheet to the body of an email message and attaches two files.
I already have the automation down for the population of the excel file.I just need to copy Range A1:F20 from xlsheet3 to the body of a blank email with a populated subject line.Ive checked out this site already [URL].. but he seems to be accomplishing it with excel where as I (if I can) would like to do it in VB on VS .
I am using VB.Net 2008 Express on Windows XP, and am trying to format some text in an e-mail body.
The code that I want to use is:
Dim intDaysLate As Integer intDaysLate = 120 With objExpediteMailItem
This code correctly formats the normal text string, �Days Late.�, but does not replace intDaysLate with 120. is it not possible for HTML to interpret the variable?If it is not, how do I format the variable in the same way I have formatted the text string?
I have been wanting to make a program that can read emails from GMail's pop3 service. To date I have been able to connect to their pop3 service but not download any messages. I also would like to download message with a certian subject line. Here is my current code.
I am trying to insert the contents of text boxes and combo boxes that an end user will fill out and choose based on the services they need and we support.I can't for the life of me remember how to insert a line break in the output. Basically I want the info to appear as follows:[code]Right with some tweaking, I got them to separate so they are more readable, but at first it all ran together. Like I said, the coding is done and the program sends the email, I just need some line breaks in my output so it is easy to read for whoever needs to decipher the issue.Since I am not at work, and if you need to see the part of my code that does the output to email, I will be able to do it around 8:30am East Coast time.
I want to develop an app thru vb.net to attach and send a doc file to my email. Lets say in my Temp folder I have 2 doc files. I want the program to attach those 2 files and send it to my email. Is this possible to write an app in VB?
when i add in another checkbox it shares the same info from a radio button, so i toyed with it for literally hours, and figured out how to make another string, so i include my strings in the email body, i put ail.Body = emailmail Body = cod4and now in the email form it only includes the cod4 string? what the heck? so i figured, put the strings on the same line in the same body, but it says i need an end statement, so how to i seperate the strings to make them seperate in the body?the mail.body parts are in alignment in the application, i accidentally moved the bottom one over when i posted it, so pretend they are one under the other, then answer
I am currently using Outlook 2007 and Excel 2002 SP3 and VBA for OfficeUsing VBA, I want to copy a range from Excel, open a new email in Outlook and then past the range into the body of the email (rather than as an attachment) as a Bitmap (so that the report on the email looks exactly the same a the range that is copied from).I can do most of the above but putting the bitmap into the body of the email is neigh on impossible..I can get VBA to paste the range into an email but then it loses most of its fomatting and looks horrible. Thats why I'd rather put the bitmap into the body of the email.I'm guessing that there is no easy solution to this..
So this is a more refined version of a question I asked earlier. I have been trying to sort this out for quite a while. I found a site that makes sense, but I can't implement it for some reason. I just want to be able to copy information from excel (tables, charts, ranges, etc) into the body of an outlook email.
I am writing a mvc 3 application and part of its function is to send out confirmation emails along with an assortment of other emails.. I have the body's for the different types of emails stored in a database table.. Getting the values out of the table and dropping them in a email body using System.Net.Mail isnt a problem at all... What I need to do is somehow put somekind of variable marker in the body which is in the database table and then somehow parse the body text when its dropped into the email body to find the variable marker and put the correct value in it's spot..Code snippet of what I have so far is below:
Keep in mind that this will be a rather large body and there are a few places values will have to be dropped in.. I was thinking of having it use something like this:
Long mail body ^^Name^^ has been approved for classes starting on ^^Date^^ at the ^^Place^^ located in ^^Location^^..
When the code loades the text from the body when ever it comes across a variable marked with ^^ it would put the correct information in its place...
Dim _content As email = db.emails.Where(Function(f) f.ref_name = "Confirmation") Dim _body As String = _content.email_body.ToString Dim SmtpServer As New SmtpClient()
I ve seen a lot of good and "bad" in implementation newsletters.
In my opinion Devexpress has good ones. I never clicked the "Having trouble reading this newsletter in your E-Mail client?" because the message is allways displayed correctly.
I have also seen "bad" newsletters. "Attachments, pictures, and links in this message have been blocked for your safety". By default the only option is selecting the "Show content" button. And that is a bad thing i suppose in marketing ;)
Is there any way in asp.net - vb.net, of parsing a web page and including it as body in the email?
I have used the WinHttp.WinHttpRequest object in VB6 to make HTTP POST requests many times. It works great: .Open the URL, then .SetRequestHeader (however many are needed) and then .Send the body. The .Send method makes the actual connection and sends everything to the server at once.How to I emulate this behavior in .NET? The examples I've tried with System.Net.HttpWebRequest open a stream with .GetRequestStream() and then write the body to the stream. Unfortunately, the server is responding immediately to the .GetRequestStream method and therefore never sees the POST body.I am obviously trying to connect up some legacy stuff here, but am having a hard time Googling the problem or finding another approach in .NET.
I am sending an email with an attachment using the following Code
Dim msg As New System.Net.Mail.MailMessage(req.EmailFrom, req.EmailTo) Dim att As New System.Net.Mail.Attachment("C:Documents and SettingsmichaelrDesktop1216259.pdf") With msg .Attachments.Add(att)
The file size of the attachment is 396KB, upon the recipient receiving the email outlook shows the file size as 543Kb. Strange thing is if I send an email with the same attachment using outlook the file size is 396Kb.I understand that file sizes can increase due to the attachment being base 64 encoded as opposed to just raw binary.What I am failing to see is why outlook send a file which is 396KB in size but in code when sending it, the same file is 543Kb.