Smtp.NET 3 Documentation

SmtpServer.AddRecipient Method (String, String, String)

Overloaded adding of a recipient to the mail message, however you can pass in "TO", "CC", or "BCC"

[Visual Basic]
Overloads Public Function AddRecipient( _
   ByVal emailAddress As String, _
   ByVal friendlyName As String, _
   ByVal type As String _
) As Boolean
[C#]
public bool AddRecipient(
   string emailAddress,
   string friendlyName,
   string type
);

Parameters

emailAddress
An email address
friendlyName
A friendly name
type
"TO", "CC", or "BCC"

Example

[C#]
            public void Send()
            {
                 SmtpServer oSmtpDotNet = new SmtpServer("c:\\temp\\log.txt");
             
                 // Set the remote server name.  If left blank, "localhost" is used.
                 oSmtpDotNet.ServerAddress = "mail.domain.com"
                 
                 // Message Addressing.  Instead of using the ToAddress property...
                 oSmtpDotNet.AddRecipient("to@domain.com", "Bob Barker", "TO");
                 oSmtpDotNet.FromAddress = "from@domain.com";
             
                 // Set the message subject and body
                 oSmtpDotNet.Body = "This is the message";
                 oSmtpDotNet.Subject = "Routine email";
                  
                 ReturnCodes nRC = oSmtpDotNet.Send();
                 if ( nRC != ReturnCodes.SUCCESS )
                 {
                      Console.WriteLine("Error #"+nRC+" occurred.");
                      Console.WriteLine(oSmtpDotNet.LastError);
                      Console.Write(oSmtpDotNet.LogFileToString(false));
                      return;
                 }
             
                 // Success!
                 Console.WriteLine("Success!");
            }
            
[VB]
            Public Function Send() As Integer
                 Dim oSmtpDotNet As New SmtpServer("c:\temp\log.txt")
                 Dim nRC As ReturnCodes
            
                 ' Set the remote server name.  If left blank, "localhost" is used.
                 oSmtpDotNet.ServerAddress = "mail.domain.com"
                 
                 ' Message Addressing.  Instead of using the ToAddress property...
                 oSmtpDotNet.AddRecipient("to@domain.com", "Bob Barker", "TO")
                 oSmtpDotNet.FromAddress = "from@domain.com"
            
                 ' Set the message subject and body
                 oSmtpDotNet.Subject = "Routine email"
                 oSmtpDotNet.Body = "This is a briefing of the financials"
            
                 ' Send the message.  Get the return code and store it in the variable
                 ' nRC.  Then check nRC for success or failure
                 nRC = oSmtpDotNet.Send()
                 If (nRC <> ReturnCodes.SUCCESS) Then
                     ' A problem occurred.
                     ' Write out the last error encountered
                     Console.WriteLine(oSmtpDotNet.LastError)
                     ' Write out the log file contents
                     Console.WriteLine(oSmtpDotNet.LogFileToString(False))
                     Exit Function
                 End If
            
                 ' Success!
                 Console.WriteLine("Message Sent!")
            End Function
            

See Also

SmtpServer Class | SmtpServer Members | SmtpDotNet Namespace | SmtpServer.AddRecipient Overload List | AddressTypes