Dim strMailBodyHTML As String = ""

strMailBodyHTML &= "<html><body>"
strMailBodyHTML &= " <p><input type=text name=T1 size=20 value=’" & Label2.Text & "’></p> "
strMailBodyHTML &= "<form method=""get"" action=""http://pgssystemie02/autouph/admin.aspx""><p></p><br><input type=""submit"" value=""accept""></form>"
strMailBodyHTML &= "<form method=""get1"" action=""http://pgssystemie02/autouph""><input type=""submit"" value=""cancel""></form>"


strMailBodyHTML &= "<br><br><br>"

strMailBodyHTML &= "</body></html>"

Dim mail As New MailMessage

mail.To = "aaa@aaa.com"

mail.From = "blablabla@blablabla.com"

mail.Subject = "Test Email Functionality"

mail.BodyFormat = MailFormat.Html

mail.Body = strMailBodyHTML

SmtpMail.SmtpServer = "localhost"

SmtpMail.Send(mail)
Response.Redirect("agnes2005.aspx")


currently i doing with code and it works fine.. wat this code does is...
when a button is clicked... it will pass the data inside my label2.text and display and send it as an email to me...
so as can be seen here...it will redirect me to http://pgssystemie02/autouph/admin.aspx when i click at a button in the email..

so how can i pass the value from the label2 back to my http://pgssystemie02/autouph/admin.aspx page?
using query string? or session?
but the coding part here i am using html ooo..

how ? can anyone help?

thank you

Hi Jason,

Try rewriting/reorganizing the HTML body of your email to include the label2 inside the form tags--or a copy of the label. Then when you post to the admin page the contents of label2 should be available to your aspx page. You can probably make it a hidden label or textbox if you don't want it to be visible.

Cheers,
Steve

Hi Jason,

Try rewriting/reorganizing the HTML body of your email to include the label2 inside the form tags--or a copy of the label. Then when you post to the admin page the contents of label2 should be available to your aspx page. You can probably make it a hidden label or textbox if you don't want it to be visible.

Cheers,
Steve

hi steve.....


thanks for your concern.. :D i did already find a solution for that using the query string to it.... silliy me.. i forgot to adjust something on the coding so that it could pass the data to the new form :D

thanks anyway

ooo by the way...~do you noe that in aspx .. we can do a auto reply email when a button is being pressed? hmm.... suddenly this pop out in my mind.. (maybe will find the solution it first b4 i ask you guys .. :P)

thank you

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