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MailMessage Properties

  Name Description
Public property Attachments
Specifies the collection of attachments that are transmitted with the message. Recommended alternative: System.Net.Mail.
Public property Bcc
Gets or sets a semicolon-delimited list of email addresses that receive a blind carbon copy (BCC) of the e-mail message. Recommended alternative: System.Net.Mail.
Public property Body
Gets or sets the body of the e-mail message. Recommended alternative: System.Net.Mail.
Public property BodyEncoding
Gets or sets the encoding type of the body of the e-mail message. Recommended alternative: System.Net.Mail.
Public property BodyFormat
Gets or sets the content type of the body of the e-mail message. Recommended alternative: System.Net.Mail.
Public property Cc
Gets or sets a semicolon-delimited list of e-mail addresses that receive a carbon copy (CC) of the e-mail message. Recommended alternative: System.Net.Mail.
Public property Fields
Gets a collection of objects that map to Microsoft Collaboration Data Objects (CDO) fields. Recommended alternative: System.Net.Mail.
Public property From
Gets or sets the e-mail address of the sender. Recommended alternative: System.Net.Mail.
Public property Headers
Specifies the custom headers that are transmitted with the e-mail message. Recommended alternative: System.Net.Mail.
Public property Priority
Gets or sets the priority of the e-mail message. Recommended alternative: System.Net.Mail.
Public property Subject
Gets or sets the subject line of the e-mail message. Recommended alternative: System.Net.Mail.
Public property To
Gets or sets a semicolon-delimited list of recipient e-mail addresses. Recommended alternative: System.Net.Mail.
Public property UrlContentBase
Gets or sets the Content-Base HTTP header, the URL base of all relative URLs used within the HTML-encoded body of the e-mail message. Recommended alternative: System.Net.Mail.
Public property UrlContentLocation
Gets or sets the Content-Location HTTP header for the e-mail message. Recommended alternative: System.Net.Mail.
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