VB.NET Mail Sample
1. Create Project
Open Visual Studio .NET IDE
Open "File->New->Project...
Find on the left panel "Visual Basic Projects" and on the right panel icon "Console Application" and click it
Enter the name of poject, for example ACApp in "Name" field
Enter proper location of the new project
Click "OK" button

2. Add Web Service References
Open menu Project->Add Web Reference...
Enter Across Communications' web server in Address field, for example:

If it's OK click Add Reference button at the bottom of form
Open menu View->Solution Exporer
Open ACApp project and Web References folder
Click on AcrossCommunication Web reference and press F2 key.
Rename it to "PersonalizerRef"
Add other web references as "Session" and "Mail" to your project in such manner.

3. Add functional Code

Open source code of "Module1.vb" and add folowing code lines into the Main subroutine:

  'Create personalizer object and Session object
  Dim pers As New PersonalizerRef.Personalizer()
  Dim sess As New SessionRef.Session()
  Dim SessionID As String = ""
      SessionID = pers.CreateSession("LogonName", "Password")
      'Create Mail notification proxy object
      Dim objMail As New MailRef.Mail()
      'Create server notification object
      Dim MailNotifID As String = sess.CreateMailNotification(SessionID)
      'set required parameters
      objMail.SetFrom(MailNotifID, "infomail@somebody.com")'set "from" address
      objMail.SetTo(MailNotifID, "abonent@somebody.com") 'set destination address
      objMail.SetSubject(MailNotifID, "Notification Mail.")'set subject
      objMail.SetFormat( MailNotifID, "text")'set format of message body
      objMail.SetBody(MailNotifID, "You have made an appointment on 1:30pm.")
      'invoke method
  Catch e As Exception
      'Print exception message e.Message
  End Try

Enter correct values instead of LogonName and Password

4. Run application
Run menu Build->Build ACApp
Press F5 to run application.