v1.23 A shareware ISAPI module to send Internet (SMTP) email
You can use this module to implement Interactive elements on your Web site such
as Guest Books, Question and Answer sections etc. To use the module on your web
server, you need to copy the SMTPSend dll on to the web server directory where you
want to use it from. All of the settings for the module can be configured from the
client side. Usually you would accomplish this using HTML "text" and "hidden"
For further information on how to use the module, have a look at the documentation
which comes with the module in the zip file.
The enclosed zip file contains the SMTPSend
dll, sample web pages and documentation.
21 December 2005
- Please note that this code is no longer being actively developed and is
obsolete because there are much better ways to send mail from web pages. For
example if you are using Windows and ASP or CGI, you can use CDO for Windows
V1.23 (14 May 1999)
- Now internally uses v1.33 of my SMTP class.
V1.22 (22 February 1999)
- Now internally uses v1.31 of my SMTP class.
V1.21 (20 January 1999)
- Fixed a possible synchronization problem when trying to register the product
and a send request occurs at the same time.
- Updated all version infos to 1.21
- All HTML files returned from SMTPSend are now stored as HTML resources inside
in the dll.
- Removed the testsmtpsend.htm, register.htm & testsmtpsend2.htm files
from the distribution as they are now covered by the default page.
- Improved the look of the default page returned.
V1.2 (18 January 1999)
- Added support for multiple recipients in TO, CC and BCC fields.
- Added support for CC (Carbon Copy) and BCC (Blind Carbon Copy).
- SMTPSend now statically links with MFC meaning that you no longer require
the correct MFC dlls to be installed on the server.
- Module now implements a registration scheme.
- Use of the okpage parameter has been limited to the registered version of
V1.1 (11 January 1999)
- Removed the restriction where the okpage was required to be in the same
directory as the SMTPSend dll. The okpage you specify can now be any URL. When
an SMTP email has been successfully sent, a HTTP 302 redirection code is sent
back to the client which the client browser can then redirect to.
- Included extra server side error checking for inappropriate empty parameters.
- Fixed an error in the code which returned error pages when the mail server
could not be connected to and when the mail server failed to send the mail.
- Included a planned enhancements section in this file.
- Included a second test page "testsmtpsend.htm" which allows all
of the SMTPSend parameters to be changed by the client.
v1.0 (10 January 1998)