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Email Error on Windows 10 Using FaxComExlib

Email Error on Windows 10 Using FaxComExlib

Email Error on Windows 10 Using FaxComExlib

OK, still don't have this resolved. Anybody have any ideas? Is there a newer version of FaxComEx I need? I couldn't find one.

Original Thread : thread796-1781138: FAXCOMEXlib.dll Error Sending Emails on Windows 10 64 Bit

Having trouble sending email from a new Windows 10 64 bit computer. The application has been running fine on Windows 7 computers for quite a while. On the new computer I can send emails with a text file attachment but not tiff files or tiff files used as the body of the email, or PDF's. On each of the computers I have Interop.FAXCOMEXLib.dll in the same folder as the executable. this works fine on all of the other computers. I have set the default app for tiff files to the Windows Picture Viewer as well as System32 and SysWow64, but this didn't solve the problem. I also set the default for PDF's to Acrobat. The error I get is
Could not load type 'FAXCOMEXlib.IFaxServer2' from asembly 'Inerop.FAXCOMEXLib. version=, Culture=Neutral, PublicKey Token=null'

Sylvania/Toledo Ohio

RE: Email Error on Windows 10 Using FaxComExlib

Can you use something else, like System.Net.Mail, to send your emails?

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