Scheduled Task email sending automatically

Posted on 2011-09-22
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
i want to Scheduled Task email sending automatically

based on my order date like

suppose my order date is 09/22/2011 then after 15 days mail will go automatically to the customer.

How to do scheduled task email automatically to customer after 15 days?

I am working in ASP.NET. so please give me proper solutions.

Thanking you.
Question by:citadelind
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Slimfinger earned 500 total points
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Some options:
1) write your own SMTP library and do the scheduling yourself.
2) use a 3rd party library and do the scheduling yourself.
3) interface to mail client such as Outlook via dll, exe, or command line, and use the mail delivery scheduling options in that program (see )

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