You can decompile any .net assembly with these tools.
Hi, I had faced a problem when sending mails from ASP.NET using .NET 1.0. My Exchange server needs authentication to send mails. Later found that .NET 1.0 doenst support authencation with an SMTP server. I had to switch over to .NET 1.1 to send mails. All which is required to add a few lines of code for authentication.
//This is a usual code
System.Web.Mail.MailMessage msg = new System.Web.Mail.MailMessage();
msg.Subject = “Test Subject”;
msg.Body = “Sample Body Message”;
msg.From = firstname.lastname@example.org;
msg.To = email@example.com;
System.Web.Mail.SmtpMail.SmtpServer = “EXCHANGESERVER”;
System.Web.Mail.SmtpMail.Send( msg );
//Add this line of code for authentication.
where the 2 specifies NTLM, 1 for basic, 0 for none.
Found an interesting tool for code conversion. This tool converts VB.NET to C#, VB6 to C#, Delphi to C#.
Source can be found here.