It is somewhat hidden in the documentation, but you can send emails with multiple categories if you install SendGrid package with Version 1.2.1 in your C# project.
Here is a sample code:
public void SendHTMLEmailCategory(MailMessage msgMail, List<string> recipients, string sender, IEnumerable<string> categories)
//create a new message object
var message = SendGridMail.SendGrid.GetInstance();
//We want to add the recipients to the X-SMTPAPI header
//Even though we added recipients to the Header, the envelope must also have a valid recipient
//set the sender
message.From = new MailAddress(sender);
//set the message body
message.Html = msgMail.Body;
//set the message subject
message.Subject = msgMail.Subject;
//create an instance of the Web transport mechanism
var transportInstance = Web.GetInstance(new NetworkCredential(_username, _password));
//send the mail
For some reason, SendGrid has a dependency on the following packages:
- Microsoft.Net.Http (Microsoft HTTP Client Libraries)
- Microsoft.Bcl.Async (Microsoft Async)
All dependent projects MUST also install these packages. When I did an upgrade, it impacted many projects.
Run the following in a command prompt as Administrator at the target directory.
It will change all files in that directory to the current date/time.
for %f in (*) do copy %f /B+ ,,/Y
You can replace (*) with (*.jpg) if you want to update just files with jpg extension.
If you have connected and entered username/password for some network drives, Windows will save them automatically so you don’t need to re-enter them.
However, there are times when you want to edit or delete them. For example, you might want to limit the access level by switching to a different account.
- Control Panel
- User Accounts and Family Safety
- Credential Manager
- Press “Window Button” to bring the windows start menu
- Type “Credential Manager” and enter.
Once Credential Manager launces,
- Select one of the credentials listed and click the “down arrow” to expand.
- Click “Edit” to edit or “Remove from vault” to delete.
If you or the person you’re in a Hangout with doesn’t have a Google+ account, you can start or join a limited video call, which is a one-on-one video call. You will note that your URL has “lite” in it.
But, if you upgrade to a full Google+ account you get access to all Hangouts’ features including the ability to:
- Start a video call with up to 9 people
- Share your screen
- Use apps in the video call
Upgrade to a free Google+ account at plus.google.com.
Google provides poor documentation on how to enable Google+ for existing Google Apps User.
I logged in as admin and I don’t see Google+ listed in Admin console –> Google Apps –> Add Services.
- I go to Admin console –> Users.
- Select an admin user.
- Select “x More Google services enabled”
- Select Google+
- Set to “ON for everyone”
- Each user must sign up (e.g. upgrade) at plus.google.com. Be sure to put in an age older than 17.