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    • #268 Score: 0
      itjoel
      Participant

      SwithMail works great on several computers, but on one computer I get the following error:

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      umm.. something went wrong…
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      The client and server cannot communicate, because they do not possess a common algorithm

      Failure sending mail.

      Check all settings and try again.
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      OK
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      Any thoughts on what I should be checking? It’s a Windows 7 machine.

      Thanks,
      Joel

    • #270 Score: 0
      tbare
      Keymaster
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      Hmm – interesting. are you using the same settings as you are on other machines? Wondering if it’s a .NET version issue, but I wouldn’t think it would launch at all.

      I’ve never seen this specific error, but I’ll do some digging and see what I can find if you can confirm the settings work on another machine. 🙂

    • #272 Score: 0
      itjoel
      Participant

      It’s definitely fine on 2 machines with the same settings. The machine that is failing is on Win7 and .NET Framework 4.7.1 (version 4.7.02558).

      Now that I think of it I was testing TLS/Cipher settings a few weeks ago, it hasn’t affected anything else, but I’ll try restoring those to see if it helps. I think it’s highly likely that’s the issue. I’ll post my results here in case anyone else runs into the problem.

    • #275 Score: 0
      itjoel
      Participant

      After resetting my TLS/Cipher settings the error is now:

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      umm.. something went wrong…
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      Received an unexpected EOF or 0 bytes from the transport stream.

      Failure sending mail.

      Check all settings and try again.
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      OK
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    • #278 Score: 0
      itjoel
      Participant

      Definitely one of the SCHANNEL settings. After updating my Cipher and Hash settings it appears to be working. Thanks for taking a look!

    • #281 Score: 0
      tbare
      Keymaster
      1 pt

      Awesome! Glad you got it figured out. My guess on the EOL error was going to be wondering if you were specifying a txt file for the email body that didn’t exist, or if the XML file got corrupt somehow, but i’m glad you got it taken care of. 🙂

      Thanks for posting the solution!

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