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Problem in sending formatted text mail In ASP with CDO
sending formatted text mail In ASP with CDO

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Msg#: 4632 posted 6:17 am on Jun 16, 2006 (gmt 0)

This my server config
Win 2003
IIS 6 +SMTP server installed
developing language :ASP

I am using two functions
one in javascript which constructs the mail body
and another one in vbscript for sending mail by using CDO.

in javascript function i m constructing the mail body
like as follows..

strBody=strBody+"Dear customer \n";
strBody=strBody+"We got ur queries and we are working on them\n";
strBody=strBody+"You will get the response as early as possible \n";

in the vbscript function

function sendmail(strBody)
Set objMessage = CreateObject("CDO.Message")
objMessage.Subject = Request.Form("subject")
objMessage.Sender = Request.Form("From")
objMessage.To = Request.Form("To")
objMessage.TextBody =strBody
end function

The problem is when i receive and read this mail at my official domain
ids(somen...@vsnl.com) it looks not line breaked ..instead it looks
like chunk of paragraph.

But the surprising thing is the same mail sent to free mail ids is like
yahoo,hotmail, gmail are works fine.yes it looks line breaked.. why
this controversial effects is happening?...
whether my code is wrong or is there any problem with my smtp server
config (it s configed inside IIS itself. i could see a tree menu named
with smtp virtual server) . or the mail destination server problem.so
that it represent non line breaked mail. i couldnt predict cause for
this issue.

Give me idea to solve this problem. thanks in advance


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