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How do I test a emailing script on my local machine?

Posted on 2008-10-09
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Hi Experts,

I have the following script. I want to change the "jmail.Send("mailhost.chep.com")" to a local mail server that runs off my laptop for testing. How can I configure this?

Thanks
<%
  ' Call JMail to handle emailing
 
  '*************************************************
  '*                                               *
  '*   Produced by Dimac                           *
  '*                                               *
  '*   More examples can be found at 		   *
  '*   http://tech.dimac.net                       *
  '*                                               *
  '*   Support is available at our helpdesk        *
  '*   http://support.dimac.net                    *
  '*                                               *
  '*   Our main website is located at              *
  '*   http://www.dimac.net                        *
  '*                                               *
  '*************************************************
 
  Set jmail = Server.CreateObject("JMail.Message")
 
 
  For i = LBound(arrstrTo) To UBound(arrstrTo)
      jmail.AddRecipient arrstrTo(i)
  Next
 
  jmail.AddRecipient "rxng@vcsmc.com"
 
  jmail.From = "rxng@vcsmc.com"
	
  jmail.Subject = "Test"
 
  jmail.HTMLBody = "Test"
 
  jmail.Send("mailhost.chep.com")
 
 
 
'==================END OF CODE TO EMAIL SCHEDULED APPOINTMENTS=======================================
 
%>

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by:jar3817
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How about you just change the recipient to some test account at gmail or yahoo?
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by:indyng
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The issue is this line: jmail.Send("mailhost.chep.com")

What is the host if i am using my laptop as the server. I am only testing locally. I want to generate the email and send it to outlook.

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by:jar3817
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"localhost" or "127.0.0.1"
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by:indyng
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Like this? Thanks
<% @ LANGUAGE = VBSCRIPT %>
<html>
<body>
<%
  ' Call JMail to handle emailing
 
  '*************************************************
  '*                                               *
  '*   Produced by Dimac                           *
  '*                                               *
  '*   More examples can be found at 		   *
  '*   http://tech.dimac.net                       *
  '*                                               *
  '*   Support is available at our helpdesk        *
  '*   http://support.dimac.net                    *
  '*                                               *
  '*   Our main website is located at              *
  '*   http://www.dimac.net                        *
  '*                                               *
  '*************************************************
 
  Set jmail = Server.CreateObject("JMail.Message")
 
 
  jmail.AddRecipient "rxng@vcsmc.com"
 
  jmail.From = "rxng@vcsmc.com"
 
  jmail.Subject = "This is a test"
 
  jmail.HTMLBody = "Hello there"
 
  jmail.Send("127.0.0.1")
%>
 
Mail sent..
</html>

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jar3817 earned 500 total points
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Assuming you have a mail server listening on your local computer that will accept mail for vcsmc.com, yes.
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