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Accessing IIS - SMTP Services using C#

Posted on 2003-02-21
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Last Modified: 2010-04-15
Hi All,

I want to create the SMTP Domain aliases in IIS at runtime using C# Can any body help me by giving good programming ideas for above task?. If any body have live example is more appreciated.


Question by:sudhakar_koundinya
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You will need to use the ADSI objects for that. The following Link to a MSDN walkthrough for that may help you:

This example shows hot to walk in the WinNT:// ADSI provider, but the provider you want to use is IIS://. Just use IIS:// instead of WinNT:// and use the right class and property names, which you can find here:

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