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akashenk
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Posted: 27 December 2012 at 12:25pm | IP Logged Quote akashenk


I am evaluating Mailbee for an email app I am developing for a client of mine. I am able to connect to the email server and retrieve emails fine, however I am running into a problem when trying to send emails through your demo smtp page. I am getting a "MailBeeInvalidTextRespose" error after authenticating.

The log points to the following line.

Error: The particular item of the response data cannot be parsed. The response string: +OK Welcome to domain, with Code-Crafters Ability Mail Server 2012 < bunch of numbers@domain>.

I have replaced the actual text with italicized "domain" placeholders here because I do not want to share company info on this thread. If this is not sufficient info, please email me directly and I can provide more.
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Posted: 28 December 2012 at 12:45am | IP Logged Quote Igor

To check what's causing this, you'll need to enable logging SMTP session into a file as shown here. You can send us the logs privately via our HelpDesk; actually if you require help from AfterLogic team rather than forum community, using HelpDesk is a recommended option.

By the way, though this thread was open under MailBee Objects ActiveX section, looks like this is actually about MailBee.NET Objects, and if that's the case, SMTP logging is enabled as shown here.

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Posted: 28 December 2012 at 6:34am | IP Logged Quote akashenk

ok, thanks for the info.
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Posted: 29 December 2012 at 3:55am | IP Logged Quote Igor

Looks like POP3 port 110 was specified there, while it should be SMTP port; default port number for SMTP is 25.

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