This is a c# vs2005 project
I need two classes written...they both are kind of same. you can use one class in the other one if you like.
1. NotificationEmail class. This class will have SMTP server/email setting properties. It will have a method called SendEmail. Which will accept two parameters. Subject and a List<notif>. This notif class has following properties: image (bitmap 32x32), link, title, location, category and price. Everything is string execpt image. In sendEmail, you will create an HTML email with subject, and body will have header/body/footer. Header and footer will look attractive and will have links to [[url removed, login to view]]. They will talk about company and products with links going to the site and it's products. Body will be just a table with all the fields from List<notif> parameter. Title and image will use link as <a href> each row in notif will create a row in the table. Should have header on that table as well.
2. Email class will SMTP settings asw well. It will have a method which will also send email. Header/footer will be similar as the other class. Body will be passed to the method.
simple. Main thing is that these classes should create attractive emails for the user.
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