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Send Mail Error in all x64 versions from FM16 to FM19


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I get the below error every time I call the send mail call. It locks me and the only way out is to kill Filemaker client. I get this error for years now since FM 16 on all the x64 versions. Switch To..., Retry, and X do not work as it keeps looping.

Up to now I was able to get around it because I was using the x32 version where the error does not happen.

Now I am moving to FM 19 as the FM 16 version has an EOL Oct-2020.

The FM 19 version comes only on x64 and I have no way avoiding it anymore. I thought that this will be fixed by now but apparently is not.

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I'm assuming yo use Outlook?  Did you also upgrade Outlook to its 64-bit version?

For future-proofing your solution: consider integrating with your email service's APIs instead of going through the email client or relying on SMTP.

Some of the reasons are explained here: https://www.soliantconsulting.com/blog/microsoft-graph-api-filemaker-one/

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Wim, my mistake. The outlook on the WIN10 is 32bit.

My temporary solution is I will use Server 19 with Client 18. Client 18 has a 32 and a 64 bit version.

Thanks again for you help. You are very nice. You solved me the DB files Open issue which now allows me to use Server 19.

 

Thanks

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You can switch to MBS FileMaker Plug-in for sending emails.

 

 

If you like to send via Outlook, please check our new WinSendMail functions in our plugin. They can send via Outlook, Thunderbird or other MAPI clients, independent of 32/64bit issues and with a few more options. see Send emails via Outlook

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