There have been no reported issues with this version so I am upgrading it to recommended and stable. You only need to upgrade to this version if you are interested and need the SMTP functionality.
I have added the parameters to the config file that allow users to specify which port you want to sent the SMTP mail message as well as the type of autentication to use. If UseDefaultCredentials is set to false, then user name and password should be specified. If they are not specified, the mail is sent anonymously.
Please remember that if you specify your username and password in your config fil, they are visible to anyone who can view your config file.
This version should be considered for testing only. It should would as before for people using the email functionality with the added capability listed above.
As always, appreciate any comments.
<!-- EMAIL INFORMATION OPTIONS -->
<!--Want to receive a report of each time the tool runs? Set to True and be sure to fill out the address and server info-->
<add key="EmailSummary" value="false" />
<add key="EmailAddress" value="email@example.com" />
<add key="SMTPServer" value="your.smtp.server.net" />
<add key="SMTPPort" value="25" />
<add key="UseDefaultCredentials" value="true" />
<!--If UseDefaultCredentials os false, then the username and password need to be set-->
<!--Please remember that your username and password will be exposed in the config file for all to read!!!-->
<!--If UseDefaultCredentials is true and SMTPUsername is "", then mail is sent to server anonymously-->
<add key="SMTPUsername" value="" />
<add key="SMTPPassword" value="" />