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  • Blog Post: New Performance Counters for HttpWebRequest

    Performance counters! You can never get enough! And starting with the .NET version 4.0 Beta 2, we in the System.Net team have added six new counters to the old set. But before we begin, some ground rules: Performance counters have to be enabled in your application’s .config file. I’ve put a sample...
  • Blog Post: What's new in System.Net.Mail

    What’s new in System.Net.Mail We’ve made a number of enhancements to our SMTP support for .NET 4.0, mostly in the area of Unicode support and increased standards compliance, which is an important aspect in ensuring that legitimate emails do not get flagged as spam, as well as a few other useful features...
  • Blog Post: End-to-end connectivity with NAT traversal

    Like street numbers for a house, the Internet was originally designed so that all network devices could be directly addressed. Every connected device was given at least one unique identifier, or IP address, which could be used to route network packets to and from the device. For a while this worked well...
  • Blog Post: New NCL Features in .NET 4.0 Beta 2

    We’re introducing some new features starting with .NET 4.0 Beta 2 that you may find useful. Additional information will be available on MSDN and in subsequent articles. If you have any questions or comments, let us know! Sockets DnsEndPoint This feature was first introduced in Silverlight 2 and it allows...
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