System.Net.Mail with SSL to authenticate against port 465

Sending mail using System.Net.Mail with SSL will fail:   System.Net.NetworkCredential aCred = new System.Net.NetworkCredential(“myacct”, “mypassword”); SmtpClient smtp = new SmtpClient(“smtp.mail.myserver.com”, 465); smtp.EnableSsl = true; smtp.UseDefaultCredentials = false; smtp.Credentials = aCred;   System.Net.Mail only supports “Explicit SSL”.    Explicit SSL System.Net.Mail only supports “Explicit SSL”.  Explicit SSL starts as unencrypted on port 25, then issues a…

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Building VCALENDAR content without an Microsoft API is not supported by MS.

While Microsoft products follow many RFC guidelines for VCALENDAR/iCAL, it does not mean that they support development of VCALENDAR/iCAL directly.  Microsoft has APIs which can build and read such content.  Working with those APIs is supported; however working with VCALENDAR/iCAL text programmatically is not supported. This means if you build a message via code (not…

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