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I am sending an email using CDO via my ASP page. I get this error:

CDO.Message.1 error '80070005'

Access is denied.

/eureka/mailinfo.asp, line 52


Line 52 relates to the ObjSendMail.CreateMHTMLBody line of the code.

- ObjSendMail.CreateMHTMLBody "http://www.xxx.com/eureka/info.asp?id=123"

I have navigated seperately to the page and it works fine.


If I replace Line 52 with

- ObjSendMail.CreateMHTMLBody "http://www.google.com"
OR
- ObjSendMail.CreateMHTMLBody "http://www.xxx.com/eureka/anotherDocument.asp?key=234"

Both works fine.


So there must be an issue with info.asp?id=123... but what causes the system to have problem? JavaScripts? anyone?

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Question by:dennisdominic
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by:sankar_ravi
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Hi,

You said, if you replace with those two lines, it works fine. But my guess would be try doing this...
Set objConfig = Server.CreateObject("CDO.Configuration")
Set Confi = objConfig.Fields
Confi("http://schemas.microsoft.com/cdo/configuration/sendusing") = 1
Confi("http://schemas.microsoft.com/cdo/configuration/nntpserverpickupdirectory") = "C:\inetpub\mailroot\pickup"
Confi.Update
Set ObjSendMail.Configuration = objConfig
ObjSendMail.To=
xxxxxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxx
etc...
Hope this should work.

In case this fails, try to check for ASP for error free.

Thanks.
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by:dennisdominic
ID: 18798934

I found out why. The directory of
http://www.xxx.com/eureka/
is protected and not accessible. The solution was to move the file info.asp to another directory that is not protected.

I made a mistake in the question.
ObjSendMail.CreateMHTMLBody "http://www.xxx.com/eureka/anotherDocument.asp?key=234"
Should Not work as well, as it is also in the same directory.

I will award the points later if there's no alternative solution that keeps the file in the same directory as well as allowing permission securely. Can I give permission for just a single file?
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sankar_ravi earned 250 total points
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Yes, Security permission can be given to a particular file in a directory.

Only disadvantage is during later point of time, if you alter the security permissions for the folder, then security permissions for a file will be overwritten.
Applying security permissions for a folder is easier than altering the permission for each and every file.

As a standard means of doing, no one does this unless it is mandatory to do it.

Thanks.
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