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   I am trying to send mail in my ASP program by using WinSock control.The code I am using is

<!--#include virtual="/adovbs.inc"-->
<%
     Dim str1
     set conn=Server.CreateObject("MSWinSock.WinSock.1")
     conn.RemoteHost = "202.54.33.194"
     conn.RemotePort = 25
     conn.Connect
->   conn.GetData str1
         
     strData= "HELO DHYAN" & VBCRLF
     conn.SendData strData
     conn.GetData str1

     strData= "MAIL FROM :<prathaban@enterprise-   telesys.com>" & VBCRLF
     conn.SendData(strData)
     conn.GetData()

     strData="RCPT TO :<prathaban@enterprise-telesys.com>" & VBCRLF
     conn.SendData(strData)
     conn.GetData()

     strData="DATA" & VBCRLF
     conn.SendData(strData)
     conn.GetData()

     strData="TO :prathaban@enterprise-telesys.com" & VBCRLF
     conn.SendData(strData)
     conn.GetData()

     strData="FROM :prathaban@enterprise-telesys.com" & VBCRLF
     conn.SendData(strData)
     conn.GetData()

     strData="SUBJECT :Hello!!!" & VBCRLF
     conn.SendData(strData)
     conn.GetData()

     strData="MESSAGE_ID:123@e.com" & VBCRLF
     conn.SendData(strData)
     conn.GetData()

     From=Request.Form("From")
     Address1=Request.Form("Address1")
         
     strData= "From=" & From & ",Address1=" & Address1 & VBCRLF  
     conn.SendData(strData)
     conn.GetData()

     strData="." & VBCRLF
     conn.SendData(strData)
     conn.GetData()

     strData="QUIT" & VBCRLF
     conn.SendData(strData)
     conn.GetData()

     conn.Close
%>

   I get an error when I try to getData>the error I receive is

    Winsock error '800a9c46'

Wrong protocol or connection state for the requested transaction or request

Can Anyone help me thru this.

 

                     Thanks.      
   
               

 
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Question by:prats_sr
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by:PBall
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Why torture yourself when there are so many other ASP mailer out there - ready to be used and definitely much more simpler than trying to do it with winsock ?
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by:MasseyM
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Agree with PBall.  I recommend www.dimac.net.  It is a free mailer and works GREAT.  They have good examples too.
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Check out dimac.net and download JMail.
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