CDO.Message HTML e-mail being truncated

Posted on 2007-03-22
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I'm using an application that's run successfully on a Windows 2000 server.

It uses CDO.Message to send an HTML e-mail. The HTML body is created by reading, line by line, of a text file.

But now, running on Windows 2003, the ending e-mail, when received, is always truncated after the same point (around 1200 characters).

Any ideas?


Question by:skbohler
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Can you confirm that the message body is not already truncated b4 it is sent out in the ASP. Response.Write the message body and remark off the sending.


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Yes, I confirmed that.

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Did you get this resolved?

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