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  • in reply to: operation time exhausted #603 Score: 0
    tbare
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    Hello – the default timeout is set to 100 seconds – if your mail hasn’t delivered in that amount of time, there’s probably an issue somewhere.

    I can probably add an option to change the timeout, but it will likely be a bit (as i’m in the middle of a few projects, and don’t have the extra hour or 2 it would take me to dive back into this and get it added).

    what’s happening that’s causing the message to take longer than 100 seconds to send? Are you attaching huge attachments or the like? I’m curious as to why it’s happening more than anything.

    in reply to: operation time exhausted #604 Score: 0
    tbare
    Keymaster
    1 pt

    Hello – the default timeout is set to 100 seconds – if your mail hasn’t delivered in that amount of time, there’s probably an issue somewhere.

    I can probably add an option to change the timeout, but it will likely be a bit (as i’m in the middle of a few projects, and don’t have the extra hour or 2 it would take me to dive back into this and get it added).

    what’s happening that’s causing the message to take longer than 100 seconds to send? Are you attaching huge attachments or the like? I’m curious as to why it’s happening more than anything.

    in reply to: cant get errorlevel to work #576 Score: 0
    tbare
    Keymaster
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    That’s very nice! I should probably do the same type of search for “Failure” on the back end. I’ll look into that as well.

    in reply to: cant get errorlevel to work #560 Score: 0
    tbare
    Keymaster
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    What are the ‘other things?’

    in reply to: cant get errorlevel to work #555 Score: 0
    tbare
    Keymaster
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    if you add /test to the end, do you get an error message pop up, or does it say ‘success’?

    tbare
    Keymaster
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    I haven’t had a chance yet – been a really busy month+ for me, but it’s still on my radar.

    Thanks for the suggestion, and I’ll post back on here when I have an update pushed.

    in reply to: 7-bit? #524 Score: 0
    tbare
    Keymaster
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    Glad to hear it!

    in reply to: 7-bit? #514 Score: 0
    tbare
    Keymaster
    1 pt

    Are you having an issue with something not seeing it as 7bit? I’m curious now, and wondering if i misread that w3 page and it’s actually using something different.

    in reply to: 7-bit? #507 Score: 0
    tbare
    Keymaster
    1 pt

    Additionally, if you’re talking about the “Content-Transfer-Encoding” email header, “7bit” is assumed unless it’s specified otherwise.

    For more info: https://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc1341/5_Content-Transfer-Encoding.html

    in reply to: 7-bit? #505 Score: 0
    tbare
    Keymaster
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    While i’m not sure why you’d want to, you can change the encoding to “ASCII” — this will grossly limit the character set you can use, though, and I can’t be certain it will work (or what benefit you’d get from doing it).

    tbare
    Keymaster
    1 pt

    interesting – I’ll look into this. Shouldn’t be too hard to implement.

    in reply to: Priority: urgent doesn't work for all eMail services #429 Score: 0
    tbare
    Keymaster
    1 pt

    hey, bxdobs —

    Just wanted to let you know i just pushed an update a few minutes ago (2.2.3.0) that addresses this issue. I’ve added additional headers and this should help out.

    Thanks for noticing this and reporting, as well as the links you provided – made my job a bit easier 🙂

    you can grab the new version here: https://www.tbare.com/software/swithmail/

    in reply to: Parameter in body text file #428 Score: 0
    tbare
    Keymaster
    1 pt

    Hello – So, I just tested this out, and it worked for me.

    Here’s my CLI string:
    /x "c:\Test\SwithMailSettings.xml" /btxt "c:\Test\txtBody.txt" /p1 "Name Here" /p2 "Product Here" /s

    Here’s my text file (c:\test\txtBody.txt):

    Dear %Param1%,
    
    Thank you for purchasing %Param2%!
    
    Sent: %now%

    And here’s the resulted email:

    Dear Name Here,
    
    Thank you for purchasing Product Here!
    
    Sent: 9/5/2018 8:09:50 AM

    Now, all of that said, I did find an issue with TESTING through the GUI where it wouldn’t replace the strings, but doing it through the CLI would. I’ve pushed an update today (2.2.3.0) that will address this issue and another issue that was reported as well (with High Priority headers).

    You can grab the new version here: https://www.tbare.com/software/swithmail/

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by tbare.
    in reply to: Parameter in body text file #427 Score: 0
    tbare
    Keymaster
    1 pt

    Thanks!

    I’ve had another user mention using Params in a body text file. I’ll take a look and see what it would take. I’m sure it’s doable.

    in reply to: Attachments #409 Score: 0
    tbare
    Keymaster
    1 pt

    Looks like you’re missing a quote at th end of the /a “d:\……pdf

    Also, use the full path the swithmail before swithmail.exe – you’ll save a lot of headaches using full paths.

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