|Subject:||Re: EML Files in Mailroot Queue|
|Posted by:||Kristofer Gafvert (kgafve…@NEWSilopia.com)|
|Date:||Tue, 31 Jul 2007|
In addition to what have already been said, i would check the log file (it
should tell you why it is failing), and also make sure that your ISP does
not block you from sending emails.
If you have a non-business connection it is very likely that your ISP
prohibits you from sending emails. You will probably (depending on the
ISP), use the ISPs SMTP server. I suggest that you contact your ISP and
ask them, because the problem you are seeing is most likely due to your ISP.
A smart host may be a solution, but it depends on your ISP.
http://www.gafvert.info/iis/ - IIS Related Info
>I was wondering how I get my system to send the emails that are in the
>folder in the Mailroot folder? I have a WinXP SP2 with IIS and I'm using an
>ASP form. However, the emails are not being sent.
>Any help would be nice.
>Thanks In Advance,
EML Files in Mailroot Queue posted by Rob on Wed, 11 Jul 2007