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  • Hi, I feel very stupid and have tried everything and spent hours upon hours to send a simple email.  I am using the nice Cortoso sample.  At one time I had "Hotmail" and one day Microsoft automatically converted it to "OUTLOOK".  It doesn't seem to be the full blown OUTLOOK.  I think it might be Microsoft "Live".  In the XML Configuration Code I used the following: 

    (left out the < >? symbols, tried port 587, used correct password.
    I am not sure what "SMPT Server" name should be or how to find it and not sure about port or how to find it 

    add key="SMTPServer"value="smtp.msn.com"
    add key="SMTPPort"value= 25
    add key="SMTPUserID"value= enpiccoli@msn.com
    add key="SMTPPassword"value="pass000#&"

    When I run the enpiccoli@msn.com


    Edward Piccoli

    Monday, July 29, 2013 3:36 PM

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  • Hi,

    Do you do it client or serverside?

    Sven


    Sven Elm

    Monday, July 29, 2013 8:39 PM
  • I believe it is the Server side.  The example I am using is the Contoso Construction sample by Beth.  The SMTP information is located in Web.config under Server in the Solutions Explorer.  I run the sample, no errors, in Visual Studio 12 version 3 on my laptop wit Windows 7.  Does this help?  I just never thought sending mail could be so complicated.  I probably am not using the correct domain name and port.  I think now I have spent days trying to figure this out.  Thank you.

    Edward Piccoli

    Monday, July 29, 2013 11:59 PM
  • Hi,

    I'm not understanding what you are trying to do. XML ?

    Sending on insert or what?

    I have done this many times without any problems but using it serverside (automail) or Client side (Outlook automation, only works as OOB).

    Pleace be more specific.

    Regards

    Sven


    Sven Elm

    Thursday, August 1, 2013 6:30 PM
  • Hi Edward,

    Usually you can use your Internet Service Provider's SMTP server if you have email set up with them. They should be able to help you with your SMTP/POP mail account settings.

    You also may want to try these settings for Outlook.com: http://www.groovypost.com/howto/outlook.com-settings-pop3-smtp-imap/

    HTH,

    -Beth


    Senior Program Manager, Visual Studio Community http://www.bethmassi.com http://msdn.com/lightswitch http://dev.office.com

    Thursday, August 1, 2013 6:39 PM