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Posted Saturday, April 16, 2011 5:02 AM
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i am using SQl Server 2005 . i want to send a mail through sqlserver 2005 i used same code those you have to mention in a your website but after that i dont receive a mail in my email id.
so what is the problem i dont understand ?
i used your code after that i got a message mail queue then i run a select query then description error is activation failed.
so tell me what i the problem.
i used sql server 2005 is a free version so this is not a issue tell me .
Richi Agarwal

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Posted Saturday, April 16, 2011 5:38 AM



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mail functions are based on the service broker functionality, which is not included in the express versions of 2005/2008; you'll want to buy a developer version for under $50 dollars to be able to test your mail functions.

what is included/not included in 2005 Express:,SQL.90%29.aspx


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