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Adobe ColdFusion 8 Web Application Construction Kit, Volume 1: Getting Started by Charlie Arehart, Raymond Camden, Ben Forta

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Overriding the Default Mail Server Settings

Earlier in this chapter, you learned about the settings on the Mail/Mail Logging page of the ColdFusion Administrator (refer to Figure 21.1). These settings tell ColdFusion which mail server to communicate with to send the messages that your templates generate. In most situations, you can simply provide these settings once, in the ColdFusion Administrator, and forget about them. ColdFusion will use the settings to send all messages.

However, you might encounter situations in which you want to specify the mail server settings within individual <cfmail> tags. For instance, your company might have two mail servers set up, one for bulk messages and another for ordinary messages. Or you might not have access ...

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