<BR>If using CDO, this is what your code should look like.<BR>If it doesn't fix it. If it does, please post your code.<BR><BR><%<BR><BR><BR>Dim objCDO<BR>Set objCDO = Server.CreateObject("CDONTS.NewMail")<BR><BR><BR>o bjCDO.To = "email@example.com"<BR>objCDO.From = "firstname.lastname@example.org"<BR>objCDO.cc = "email@example.com"<BR><BR>Dim txtBody<BR>txtSubject = "Hello World" <BR><BR>objCDO.Subject = "Y2K - The Hoax"<BR>objCDO.Body = txtBody<BR>objCDO.Send<BR><BR>%>
Here is the Code:<BR><BR>Set objMail = CreateObject("CDONTS.Newmail")<BR>objMail.From = "Online_Training_System_CTD_Log"<BR>objMail.To = "firstname.lastname@example.org"<BR>objMail.Body = estring<BR>objMail.Subject = "Course Roll for CTD Professionals Courses"<BR>objMail.Send<BR>Set objMail = Nothing<BR><BR>It works on another server. I imagine it is a server issue. It use to work in the server with the problem. NT Service Pack 4.0 has been loaded.<BR>
If you are using Anonymous Authentication for your asp page, IIS is operating or impersonating under the "IUSR_Machinename" Account. Keep in mind that every process under NT must run under a valid NT Account. If this "IUSR_machinename" Account does not have WRITE permissions to the MailRootDrop, or MailRootQueu directories of the SMTP Server, them NT will not allow IIS to place (WRITE) an email message to the SMTP server. Hence, your permissions error.