We're using SQL Server 2005. Every so often our mail server goes down, and when this happens, as soon as our SQL code tries to send dbmail, the Database Mail Log has an item which looks like this: ...
I setup database mail on a SQL Server 2005 instance and kept getting this log message whenever an email was tried: Message 1) Exception Information Exception Type: System.NullReferenceException ...
We are considering upgrading our SQL Server, which is currently running 2005. We use SQLMail heavily in the organization, both to send e-mails and to import some into a database. I've read on various ...
Recently I've updated SQL Server 2005 with SP4. After updating DB mails are not working from Jobs and from T-SQL as well. Following exception is thrown. 1) Exception Information =================== ...
I've been looking into SQL Server alerts and it looks like I need to enable database mail on the server to be able to send e-mail alerts. The other solution appears to be to send those events to ...
We are using SQL Server 2008 Database Mail to send emails to our website visitors. I don't know whether SQL Server sends mail one by one by picking up from the queue or it will use threads to send ...