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c# - Relay email directly to smtp server

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Hi,

I'm trying to redirect emails into Google Mail without changing the domain names MX records.

In my C# application how do I deliver mail directly to "aspmx.l.google.com" without looking up the actual MX records of the recipient domain name.

Is this possible?
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by:ktaczala
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you need to be able to access a SMTP Server such as exchange or gmail,  then use the system.net.mail namespace
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How do I ask the SMTP server to deliver the emails directly to a server (without looking up the recipient domain MX records)?
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You have to setup the system.net.mail credentials

See here for a tutorial:
http://www.rebex.net/support/tutorial/mail-message/default.aspx
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This is the answer I was looking for.
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