How to view HTTP headers in Google Chrome?

To view the request or response HTTP headers in Google Chrome, take the following steps : In Chrome, visit a URL, right click, select Inspect to open the developer tools. Select Network tab. Reload the page, select any HTTP request on the left panel, and the HTTP headers will be displayed on the right panel. Sources: https://mkyong.com/computer-tips/how-to-view-http-headers-in-google-chrome/

Send .NET App Email via Gmail

Error: The SMTP server requires a secure connection or the client was not authenticated. The server response was: 5.7.0 Must issue a STARTTLS command first. Fix: Step (1): smtp.EnableSsl = true; if not enough: Step (2): “Access for less secure apps” must be enabled for the Gmail account used by the NetworkCredential using google’s settings page:

Setup Mail for SQL Server to use Gmail

SQL Server Mail Account Setup Server name: smtp.gmail.com Port number: 587 This server requires a secure connection (SSL): Checked Basic Authentication: enter your username and password Google Email Make sure “Allow less secure apps” is set to ON Note: for Google Admin users go to Gmail -> Security -> Less Secure Apps Error: You will... » read more

Allowing Additional Host/App to Send Email on G Mail Server

By default, Google mail server will deny sending email from their servers. To enable additional host/application to send email you must add additional host/application records to the routing email section. If you try to send an email from your application without setting this up, you will get the following error message: “5.7.1 Invalid credentials for... » read more