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System.Net.Mail issue in VS 2005

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HI,

I have Imports System.Web.Mail in 2003. Now when I migrated to VS 2005, I changed this to System.Net.Mail.
But now I find that in 2003, I can set the value to Message.To as  Message.To = strReceiversEmail

But in Vs 2005, this statement gives me error as Message.To is read-only. Then how do I assign value to .To i.e. the receivers' email address?

Regards,
MI
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Hi vj_mi;

Like this
        ' sender and recipient are strings / e-mail address in below code.
        Dim fromAddress As New MailAddress(sender)
        Dim toAddress As New MailAddress(recipient)
        Dim message As New MailMessage(fromAddress, toAddress)

Fernando
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