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    Resolved [RESOLVED] Getting error message from emails

    Hello everyone. I have a problems now upon getting the error message from the person whom i send emails. I want to know how to get the message coming from the server if it bounce back or not and want to get the error of it why it bounce back or not. Could anyone help me how to get those messages. Thank you everyone and have a nice day.
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    Re: Getting error message from emails

    The .NET Framework has no inbuilt POP3 support, only SMTP. That means that you can send email but you can't receive anything. You'd have to build it all yourself from scratch using sockets or else get an existing POP3 component, although I haven't seen a freebie for a long time. This is because sending email is a handy thing for lots of apps to be able to do but receiving email is generally the domain of dedicated email clients. If you did implement this yourself, how would distinguish between messages relating to messages your app sent and other messages fro the same account?

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    Re: Getting error message from emails

    Hmmmmm...Ok jm... I have read System.Net.trace.log jm.. How about that? will we can find out on that logs if ever my message has error or it cannot be send because the ip that i am using has been block?

    This is what error I want exactly to get.

    550 5.1.1 unknown or illegal alias
    451 4.2.1 mailbox temporarily disabled


    and more errors.. anyone knows how to get those errors?
    Last edited by shyguyjeff; Apr 26th, 2009 at 02:48 AM.

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