The ConfirmReading flag. If this is set to true AND the recipients email program supports this feature
(and it is enabled) the recipients email program will send a notice back to the FromAddress confirming that
this email has been read.
Mailer.ConfirmRead = true
The ContentType property allows you to set the ContentType header of the message's BodyText.
If, for example, you wanted to send HTML as the messages's body, you could set ContentType = "text/html"
and EMail programs that support HTML content could properly display the HTML text.
Note: The ContentType property is ignored if you have file attachments.
Mailer.ContentType = "text/html"
AspMail will, by default, create a Date/Time header for your local system using GMT.
If you would like to override the date/time calculation set the DateTime property to a valid date/time string
in the format defined by RFC 822 & RFC 1123.
Mailer.DateTime = "Fri, 02 May 1997 10:53:49 -0500"
The remote SMTP host that the message will be sent through. This is typically an SMTP server located at your local ISP
or it could be an internal SMTP server on your companies premises. Up to 3 server addresses can be specified, seperated
by a semicolon. If the primary server is down the component will attempt to send the mail using the seconary server and
Mailer.RemoteHost = "mailhost.myisp.net"
Mailer.RemoteHost = "mailhost.myisp.net;
The ReturnReceipt flag. If this is set to true AND the recipients SMTP server supports this feature (and it is enabled)
the recipients SMTP server will send a notice back to the FromAddress confirming that this email has been delivered.
Mailer.ReturnReceipt = false
If you need to debug the session give a log file name here.
Make sure the IUSR_XYZ IIS user has security that allows the component to write to this file. Warning:
Do not use this setting in situations where multiple users can access this component at the same time.
This is for single user debugging ONLY!
Mailer.SMTPLog = "c:\smtplog.txt"
The SuppressMsgBody property is true by default and is used in conjuction with the SMTPLog property.
When SMTPLog is set to a file and SuppressMsgBody is true the log file receives a copy of the message text.
If SuppressMsgBody is false the message text is not sent to the log.