We have a server that I use to blast out emails. The reverse IP for it is intellicomweb.com. One of the programs my client uses to send mail uses the from address and it's a gmail address. I'm getting bounced from this one company and they have told me they are bouncing it because my sender enveloper is not a intellicomweb.com address. Here's what I have for sending the mail code. What do I need to do to set the sender enveloper?
(me = an absolute beginner in WPF / VB2010) how to get the type of sender in (ByVal sender As Object)? Purpose: when two different Objects call the same subroutine, find out which one actually called it.
Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.RoutedEventArgs) Handles Button1.Click sayHello(sender) End Sub
Is it possible too make a Envelope program in VS2008, something simple too print envelope?. I just want too print a envelope and return address, where would one go too read on how to do this. Is their any templates too start from and build on your own needs?. Has anyone tried too print a envelope in VS 2008?.
Im trying to print addresses on an envelope. Problem is i dont know how to set it to landscape programatically. So its not printing on the envelope properly and is running off the edge.
Ive tried forcing it in the printdialog, however my print dialog isnt working right at the minute - so i mention it here incase the two issues are connected. No matter how many copies i say i want i just get the one, and no matter what printer i select in the printdialog - it prints to the default printer.
Id like to set it programatically anyway so that people can just put an envelope in the tray and then press "Print Envelope" and voila, no messing with print settings.
Heres my code:
Private Sub Envelope_PrintPage(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As PrintPageEventArgs) Handles PrintDocument2.PrintPage Dim txt As String = vbNewLine & vbNewLine & vbNewLine & vbNewLine & TitleBox.Text & " " & FirstNameBox.Text & " " & SurnameBox.Text & " " & vbNewLine & _
I have my code correctly generating an envelope using a PrintDocument:[code]Which is fine and dandy, except when it goes to the printer the whole thing (paper size and everything) needs to be rotated 90 degrees.Right now it's all horizontal from left to right, but printing I need to send it either return address or stamp edge up (the text will need to be rotated 90 degrees so it's vertical too).
VS2010 VB.Net Windows Form (not WPF). Any Hello World level example for printing the text within a multi-line text box they can post? Ditto for a print preview? I need to write a simple envelope printing app and I need a good base to build upon.
When I write public events for my business objects, I've adapted the habit of always passing the instance as "sender as Object", in addition to additional specific parameters. I just asked myself now why am I not specifying the class?
So for you with more experience; Do you ever pass the distinct class as sender in an event? And if so, what are your decision criteria for when this is ok/not ok?
How do I check and see if a sender is a specific type in this case a picturebox.I created my own class called sprite, and then a sub class called alien for use with this specific game I'm creating. In it I created an event to handle whenever the picturebox moves to see if it intersects with another picturebox with a specific..[code]
I am making a program that can send emails by the click of a button. But the problem is that it takes a long time to send the email.When the send button is pressed it declares the smtp server, credentials and everything. But I am wondering if there is a way to have the smtp server, credentials, port and everything already declared and then as soon as the send button is clicked it sends right away?
EDIT: I am going to try declaring that information at form1_load.
EDIT: It didn't work, even when I tried changing private form1_load to public form1_load .
I am making a video poker game and I ran into a problem with the sender not returning any values when I step through the code. Private Sub HoldCard_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles _ btnCard1.Click, btnCard2.Click, btnCard3.Click, btnCard4.Click, btnCard5.Click
I'm using the below code to send automatic mail via outlook application I want to specify the sender ".from", but it fails each time I try anybody can help or recommend any other alternative to do so....
note that My profile "firstname.lastname@example.org" has the authority to send on behalf the target sender "email@example.com"
Sub Senmail() Dim objOutlook As Object Dim objOutlookMsg As Object Set objOutlook = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
I've been using the System.Net namespace ever since we switched from .net Framework 1.1 to the 3.5 framework, but there's one thing that's been puzzling me since. What's the difference between the Sender and the From properties in the MailMessage class?Are they both the same, and if not is there a reason to use Sender together with From?
For example: Using m As New System.Net.Mail.MailMessage() m.Sender = New System.Net.Mail.MailAddress("firstname.lastname@example.org", "Name here")
I am trying to make a program that sends emails. But I came across some errors. Note: All the errors except for the last one are from the EmailSenderForm, with the last one being from the LoginForm1.Here is my form coding:
LoginForm1 Codes: Public Class LoginForm1 ' TODO: Insert code to perform custom authentication using the provided username and password ' (See http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=35339).
I am writing a small program for work in VB.NET which I have not used a large amount of. I have come across a small problem that I cannot seam to find a solution for. I have created an array of buttons 113 deep and created a click even for every button. now the problem that I am having is that each button relates to a structure in another array and when a button is clicked I need to be able to lift the information out of the relating structure and load it into a few text files. What I cannot work out how to do is how to work out which button is clicked.the array is set out like below:
I was wondering if any one can show me how would i make and login email sender...SO like ima have 2 forms the first one is gonna be the login form and the second one will be the email client sender +it will be the login to the email client and i would login to the form with a gmail email in textbox1 and in textbox1 with the password of the gmail account and button1 will show form2..So bascily i want to have a login for my email sender that usees gamil stmp..but i dont no how i would make the login form to get the info to form2 to sens the email..so like instead of puting 1 gmail email in my email sender.... i can have any gmail account to send emails.
When working with the code within a control's subprocedure if you type it brings up intellisense as you would expect: Code: sender. Within the intellisense there is no text property listed to select from however if you just type "text" after the "sender." it allows it. It also doesn't capatilize the T in text after you leave the line as you would expect to see when working with other properties. This is the first occurence that I've seen where an item was not included in intellisense but allowed it without errors. This is a big code saver and discovery for me as it cuts my other previous methods of extracting the control's text down to a single simple line.
I just started with vb 2008 and I was trying to make an smtp mail sender , and I am allmost sure that I done everything like how it should be but it does really nothing when I clcik on SEND, no errors nothing :S
Here is my code :
Imports System.Net.Mail Public Class Mail Private Sub btnSend_Click_1(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As
I'm trying to create an email sender. I want the user to define the smtp host and the smtp port in an option window, and then export them to My.Settings and well, when I try to send the mail nothing happens.
Send button: (there's more but I guess this is whats failing)
I have made a email sender already, but I would like to know how to make it so that it sends multiple emails instead of just 1. Like on the list of textbox so that the email sender reads 1 string and just goes down the list. Instead of reading the whole list and confusing it for 1 email.