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dougtpx  
#1 Posted : Friday, August 11, 2017 7:17:39 AM(UTC)
dougtpx

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I am installing EASendEmail on a Windows Server 2012 server and want to use it to send DKIM signed emails from within classic asp forms.

Can anyone show me how to modify the following code to work with EASendMail?

Function sendASPEMail(fromName, fromAddr, toName, toAddr, subject, strEmailBody, hdrName, hdrValue, strResponse)

' establish connection
Set Mail = Server.CreateObject("??????????")
Mail.Host = "smtp.tpxcnex.com"
Mail.Port = 25
Mail.Username = "postmaster@tpxcnex.com"
Mail.Password = "********"

' populate variables
Mail.Subject = subject
Mail.From = fromAddr
Mail.FromName = fromName
Mail.AddAddress toAddr, toName
Mail.AddCustomHeader "Precedence: bulk"
Mail.Body = strEmailBody
Mail.IsHTML = True
Mail.ContentTransferEncoding = "Quoted-Printable" ' Required

' open signer certificate
' X509Certificate2 Cert = new X509Certificate2(Server.MapPath("C:\Users\usr050198\Desktop\12345DKIMCert.cer"), "test" );

' check for errors. if none send email
strErr = ""
bSuccess = False
On Error Resume Next ' catch errors
If Err <> 0 Then ' error occurred
strErr = Err.Description
Else
bSuccess = True
Mail.Send
End If
End Function
ivan  
#2 Posted : Friday, August 11, 2017 4:47:23 PM(UTC)
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