Knowledgebase: Email
How to send email using ColdFusion, ASP, .NET or PHP
Posted by Joe Rebis (Import) on 20 July 2007 08:59 PM

 

To send email using ColdFusion, ASP, .NET or PHP you will need to configure your application / website code with the mail server settings. Documentation of the actual code to send mail using your favorite scripting languages can be found at the vendor's website. Please try the following groups of settings- one of them will work for you. Please test your changes to make sure it is sending email.

 

  • Primary Mail Server (recommended)
  • This will send mail directly to our primary mail server, then go out for delivery.
  • SMTP: 192.168.3.16 or mail.ephost.com
  • No Authentication required
  • Local SMTP server
  • Basically this will send mail via the local web server's IIS SMTP server, which will automatically direct it to our primary mail server for delivery.
  • SMTP: localhost or 127.0.0.1
  • No authentication required
  • Default Settings
  • Many programming languages are have preset mail server settings. e.g. ColdFusion, ASP

 

 

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