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SMTP servers of South Africa

SMTP Settings Below is a list of SMTP sites in South Africa, using this and the ISP Map you can try and find which one works best for you. Telkom smtp.saix.net (ADSL) smtp.telkomsa.co.za (56k dial up) smtp.telkomsa.net Internet Solutions smtp.isdsl.net (ADSL) smtp.dial-up.net (56k dial up on IS) smtp.layerone.net (3g backbone) Vodacom smtp.vodacom.co.za smtp.vodamail.co.za MTN smtp.mtn.co.za Cell C smtp.cellc.co.za (GPRS) mail.cmobile.co.za (also used by Virgin) ABSA mail.absa.co.za iBurst smtp.wbs.co.za smtp.iburst.co.za @lantic smtp.lantic.net (ADSL,Dialup, ISDN) Sentech smtp.sentech.co.za MWEB smtp.mweb.net (ADSL) - this is to be retired End June 2012, use below instead smtp.mweb.co.za (56k dial-up & ADSL & business) iAfrica smtp.uunet.co.za smtp.iafrica.com Neotel smtp.neotel.co.za Tiscali NOW MWeb smtp.tiscali.co.za Netactive NOW MWeb smtp.netactive.co.za Global smtp.global.co.za Hertzner Use y

Fixing winmail.dat problem - specifically in Quickbooks

For months we have had problems with attachments from Quickbooks. Having looked down many avenues I think we have found a fix or few: (See below for update) Here are a few websites that help out: Microsoft Outlook/Exchange MS-TNEF handling (aka "Winmail.dat", "Win.dat", or "Part 1.2" problem of unopenable email attachments) http://news.office-watch.com/t/n.aspx?a=716 KB958012 : When you use Outlook 2007 to send an e-mail message, the recipient of the message sees an attachment that is called Winmail.dat Essentially the summary is that there is a problem with Outlook trying to force Rich Text Format. so you need to turn that off. Mail users not receiving email in an Outlook derivative will have a problem. This format is called So: Go into Outlook On the "Tools" menu, click "Options", then click the "Mail Format" tab, and then the "Internet Format" button. Set "When sending Outlook Ri

POST as form using C# to Pay Provider

The Remote Post Form class I have used the code for the jigar site and added my own goodies, so all credit to him. Sorry about the flast formating but is the only way I could get a neatish post using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Web; using System.Security.Cryptography; /// <summary> /// Remotely handle and Post form from http://www.jigar.net/articles/viewhtmlcontent78.aspx%20 /// </summary> public class RemotePost { private System.Collections.Specialized.NameValueCollection Inputs = new System.Collections.Specialized.NameValueCollection(); public string Url; public string Method; public string FormName; public RemotePost(string pURL) { // // TODO: Add constructor logic here // Url = pURL; Method = "post"; FormName = "frmRemotePost"; }   public void Add(string name, string value) { Inputs.Add(name, value); } public void