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Sending Mail In SSIS Using Script Task- Simpler and Flexible Approach


Sending Mail In SSIS Using Script Task- Simpler and Flexible Approach

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Manish Sinha
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Manish..please repost the images as they are not displayed in the article.
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Can I second that request - the article is very useful but I'm trying to use this idea to create a more generic mail solution I can use for alerts on my data loading and without the images it's just too much guesswork (I could work it out with a bit of time, but time is very limited here at work! :ermmSmile.
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wonderful article, but handicapped without the images :-(

please post the images
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The article is missing all its screenshots, would it be possible to republish the page again
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I'm interested in this article, but where are all of the screenshots? Those images will help the readers to understand what you were talking about. Could you please repost the screenshots?

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Useful article, but I think it is easier to use the Send Mail task with Expressions to dynamically set properties such as MessageSource, To, From, Subject etc.
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As stated this might have been an interesting article when it was complete.

However: apart from the missing images I read no arguments in his article to come to the conclusion that a script task is simpler to send mail from SSIS than the Send Mail task. To me the conclusion is therefore no more then an opinion.
To come to that conclusion I would like to see the stated (more complex) functionality, with an implementation both using a script task and using the sendmail task. Only then it could be pointed out what the simpler and more flexible way is to do so.
That might also stimulate a discussion about the used techniques, in which optimizations and best practices might be developed/shared.

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I have a question - if I send mail this way, is it easier to track when the mail was sent & to whom? And last, any way to see an actual copy of the email being sent?
THanks!
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Cannot see all the images and information. Please re-post;-)
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