Check with your ISP - they may not be using CDONTS, but have another similar e-mail component installed (ASPEmail, ASPmail, WT_mail, etc.). All of them operate similarly, so you'd just have to tweak your code slightly. If the ISP says they're running CDONTS, then debug by making things simpler. Instead of using variables (like strTo) put in your e-mail address (with the quotation marks), "kev.skindrill at bigfoot.com". Here is a snip of code I use with CDONTS that includes a little error trap to catch any problems and display them: --------------------------------- Mailer.From = strEmail 'or replace these variables with actual strings Mailer.To = strSendto 'such as "somebody at somedomain.com" Mailer.Subject = strSubject Mailer.Body = strBody Mailer.Send 'Generate an error if any problem On Error Resume Next 'Mail.Send If Err <> 0 Then Response.Write "Error encountered: " & Err.Description End If 'Terminate mail object Set Mailer = Nothing --------------------------------- If all else fails, talk to the ISP. Do they have CDONTS installed? If so, can they give you some sample code that they know works? If they have no e-mail components installed, can they install one (CDONTS is free with IIS, ASPemail is a free download from aspemail.com)? Good luck. Joel CityCenter Co. Web Development & Marketing mailto:joelm at citycent.com http://www.citycent.com > -----Original Message----- > [mailto:thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org]On Behalf Of kev.skindrill > Subject: Re: [thelist] CDONTS > > > what email server are you using? > > > > if you're leaning on the IIS SMTP server, check in the following places: > > > > \Mailroot\Queue to see if its still there; the .rtr is the log file > > explaining why its still queued > > \Mailroot\BadMail contains failed emails along with a report as > to why it > > died > > and the smtp log file... > > I'm > not entirely sure what server I am using, I have purchased a re-seller > account & all I know is that my sites are on an NT server.