The Email type exposes the following members.
An Item Collection of full paths of files to attach to the email.
The body of the email.
Sets whether to EnableSsl
Sets the format of the email. Default is HTML
The email address to send the email from.
Sets the Item Colleciton of email address to send the email to.
Sets the port to use. Ignored if not specified.
The priority of the email. Default is Normal (also available High and Low).
The SMTP server to use to send the email.
The subject of the email.
Gets or sets a Boolean value that controls whether the DefaultCredentials are sent with requests. DefaultCredentials represents the system credentials for the current security context in which the application is running. Default is true.
If UserName and UserPassword is supplied, this is set to false. If UserName and UserPassword are not supplied and this is set to false then mail is sent to the server anonymously.
If you provide credentials for basic authentication, they are sent to the server in clear text. This can present a security issue because your credentials can be seen, and then used by others.