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System.Web.Mail (system.web.dll)class

The SmtpMail class represents the SMTP Server. It includes a static Send( ) method that you can use to send email programmatically. There are two versions of the Send( ) method: one accepts a MailMessage object, and the other provides a quick and simple way to send an email message without creating a MailMessage instance (by specifying the sender's email address, the recipient, the subject, and the body text as string parameters). Before sending a message, set the static SmtpServer with the name of IP address of the mail server (use "localhost" for the current computer).

public class SmtpMail {
// Public Static Properties
   public static string SmtpServer{set; get; }
// Public Static Methods
   public static void Send(MailMessage message);
   public static void Send(string from, string to, string subject, string messageText);
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