Question : connection string error.


I have the attached connection string declared within my c# web.config file. I have the login set up correctly within SQL Server 2008 R2 (Security/Logins), i.e. the correct user mappings etc but I seem to receive the error "Login failed for user 'JoeBlogg'"? The funny thing about this is that I recently upgraded from SQL Server 2005 to SQL Server 2008 R2 where no such error was flagged within 2005?
    <add name="TrustSystemConnectionString"
         connectionString="Data Source=SYSTEMS\COMPNAME;Initial Catalog=TrustSystem;User ID=JoeBlogg;Password=password"
         providerName="System.Data.SqlClient" />

Answer : connection string error.

Most likely yes, but there are several ways:
1) you could set up your custom email database as a mail-in database, with its own address
2) you could create a Rule in your own database that selects and forwards mails
3) or an agent that forwards mails

What's important:
- where does the mail come from?
- what is it addressed to?
- if it's addressed to you, how can one determine if mail is for you or for the custom mail db?
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