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What does ignoreSmtpCheck parameter mean in MailAddress constructor?

Hello,
in https://apireference.aspose.com/email/net/aspose.email/mailaddress/constructors/5
Can you explain this parameter IgnoreSmtpCheck?

thanks

@matteofabris,
Thank you for posting the query. This parameter allows you to disable validation for the format of SMTP email addresses defined in RFC 822 standard.

Ok Thanks!

I have a question.
I attach you an example.
If I set TRUE, smtp give me an error.
If I set FALSE, smtp doesn’t give me any error.

Error is “Syntax error in parameters or arguments. The server response: 5.1.3 Bad recipient address syntax”

Shouldn’t it be the other way around??

In this example give me no error after call SEND method: example.docx (11.8 KB)

@matteofabris,
Unfortunately, I was unable to reproduce the same error. Please check the issue with the latest version of Aspose.Email. If the issue persists, please share a stack trace for the error.

Hello,
Exception raises when email address has a “comma” in the alias name. and IgnoreSmtpCheck = TRUE

you can replicate with this project ASPOSE EMAIL 21.7.
You need replace your smtp server and credentials only.

THANKS

TestAsposeEmail21.zip (4.1 MB)

@matteofabris,
As I mentioned above, I was still unable to reproduce the same error, but a similar error is thrown: “SmtpException: Syntax error, command unrecognized. The server response: 5.5.2 Syntax error”. I added a ticket with ID EMAILNET-40383 in our tracking system. Our development team will investigate this case. I will inform you of any progress.