Subject: How to inject "RCPT TO" using ComponentPro.Net.Mail
Date: 2021-07-23 19:04:43
From: Daraius
Source: inject-rcpt-to-using-componentpro-net-mail


I have a number of EML files that I need to send to a vendor. I have been advised to make no changes to the EML ("To" field) to send the files but to inject the below:

> RCPT TO:<>

Below is the code I am using, which is not working (I did not expect to):

           using (Smtp smtpClient = new Smtp())
                    smtpClient.CommandResponse  = SmtpClient_CommandResponse;
                    smtpClient.Authenticate(smtpArchiveDestination.Username, smtpArchiveDestination.Password);
                    smtpClient.SendCommand($"RCPT TO:{smtpArchiveDestination.EmailAddress}");


What do I need to do to inject the "RCPT TO", please?

Thank you



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