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C# SMTP Server Class

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Hi, does any one can share a SMTP server class sample which can listen to SMTP port, receive and parse email? Or is there any way to develop 'add-on' for IIS SMTP service so the 'add-on' will be triggered when a mail reaches server.
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käµfm³d   👽 earned 500 total points
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You might look at some code I threw together here. It's extremely basic, but it may give you a start.
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Thanks. I will go and try it.
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