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compulove
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I am trying to make a registration form that when a user enters in their information and clicks the submit button the information will go to someone's email. If someone could send me a website with tutorial on this or lead me in the right direction that would be great!

Thanks!

**I would show you the code I have but it is all edited in my html and it doesn't really relate, but if you need more information let me know.**

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sufyan2011
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Please see following link:

http://www.codeproject.com/KB/aspnet/ASPNETwebmail.aspx

This is code to send email. You can get form values and make the email body like:

http://idealprogrammer.com/net-languages/code-samples/aspnet-stringbuilder-source-code/

In above link string is append by stringbuilder class, you can append values of all your form's controls e.g. all text boxes etc.

Hope this help.

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Pri Bhowmik
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After Clicking Submit Button

using System.Net.Mail;

                    string datatosend= " Name : "+textBox1.Text+"\n Age :"+textBox2.Text;

                    SmtpClient c = new SmtpClient();

                    c.DeliveryMethod = SmtpDeliveryMethod.Network;
         
                    c.Host = "localhost";//Or Your SMTP Server's Host IP

                    c.Port = 25;

                    MailAddress from = new MailAddress("your_mail_box@user.com");

                    MailAddress to = new MailAddress("address_given_by_user@user.com");

                    MailMessage mymessage = new MailMessage(from, to);

                    mymessage.Subject = datatosend;
                   
                    c.Send(mymessage);
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