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How to trouble shoot .net contact form

Posted on 2016-10-13
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Hello. Have a .net contact form.  It has been working with no problems.  When the form is filled out the information is emailed to me.  Today it just stopped. When I fill out the form and click submit I don't get any errors. It takes me to the thank you page. But I never receive any email with the information.  This is on a Windows 2008 R2 Enterprise server running IIS 7.5.7600.16385.   Can someone help me troubleshoot this?
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Have you tried restarting the server or checking the event logs?  Most likely your smtp service hosted on IIS has stopped or is throwing an error.

On the off chance that you are sending the mail through another intermediary service or server, what code are you using to send the message?

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Hello @it_saige.   Yes. Thank you for the suggestion.  I turns out I needed to change my smtp client from loaclhost to an actual server name.
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Thank you for your help.
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