|Subject:||Re: tidsmtp keeps throwing error 10053|
|Posted by:||arthur hoornweg (email@example.com)|
|Date:||Fri, 16 Jun 2006|
arthur hoornweg wrote:
> hello all,
> since a few days I have massive problems sending mail with Indy.
> I keep getting socket error 10053 haphazardly (Windows 2000, SP2).
> Any idea what might cause this?
I use today's Indy 10 snapshot.
The error *only* occurs on certain mails (consistently at that!) that
contain attachments of type "Autocad dxf" that are encoded as
The tidmessage loads the file with properties "noencode" and
"nodecode" set to true before I send it through a tidSMTP, so
AFAIK the file should be completely unmodified before being sent.
If I re-name the file to *.EML and send it using Outlook Express
there is no problem at all.
I am at a loss. What can I do?
(In order to reply per e-mail, please just remove the ".net"
from my e-mail address. Leave the rest of the address intact
including the "antispam" part. I had to take this measure to
counteract unsollicited mail.)
tidsmtp keeps throwing error 10053 posted by arthur hoornweg on Fri, 16 Jun 2006