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jMail advanced configuration

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I am looking for jMail solution

eg, my company email account = something@abc.com and i have a webpage that will work (ie, send email to the customers) if the customers use our company's email account. else, it will fail because of these coding below (i suspect...):

jMail.ServerAddress = "mail.abc.com"

i wonder if this is the problem. please advise or refer me to a good jmail forum. Thanks alot and i will appreciate every effort contributed. please also provide some good reference site or forum to look for more about the jMAil solution. thank you very much


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Just to be sure ... Is this a Java question? I've used JavaMail but not JMail. The only references I can find to JMail on the net are to an ASP component. If this is what you are using, then you might find your answer here:
    http://tech.dimac.net/websites/dimac/website/products/w3JMail

The simple example for version 3.7 shows setting the serverAddress using:

    ' This is my local SMTP server
    JMail.ServerAddress = "mail.yourdomain.com:25"

This indicates setting both the symbolic domain name as well as the port number for SMTP. Don't know that this will make any difference or not.

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OK. Thanks. :-)
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OK. Thanks :-) Please proceed, thanks for your administration :)

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