guest
2003-06-11T12:29:45Z
Every time I access a page with an admin account I get an alert popup saying "Could not access CDO.Message object"

What is the error for and how can I fix it! its extremely annoying!

Also some more indepth error logging to some common txt file on the server would be helpfull in diagnosing isssues when a page crashes, the standard error just doesnt do much. For instance when people register on my forum the register.aspx page crashes (when it goes to send the email I'm assuming since that part doesnt work, but user gets entered into the DB), but since I dont know why its really erroring I just modified the stored proc to set the users as approved so they can still login. Annoying, but it works for now.
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guest
2003-09-17T03:43:42Z
works once you have entered a valid SMTP server
bhenden
2003-09-18T12:29:03Z
Isudus wrote:

Every time I access a page with an admin account I get an alert popup saying "Could not access CDO.Message object"

What is the error for and how can I fix it! its extremely annoying!

Also some more indepth error logging to some common txt file on the server would be helpfull in diagnosing isssues when a page crashes, the standard error just doesnt do much. For instance when people register on my forum the register.aspx page crashes (when it goes to send the email I'm assuming since that part doesnt work, but user gets entered into the DB), but since I dont know why its really erroring I just modified the stored proc to set the users as approved so they can still login. Annoying, but it works for now.



I version 0.8.0 you can turn off email verification.

You probably get an error because you have not configured a correct smtp server. Remember that the server where you have installed this software might not have access to the mail server like you have from your local computer. Yet Another Forum.net does not support logging on to a smtp server (yet), so the web server where the forum is installed need access to the smtp server without any user identification.

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