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Subject:Re: For Kevin : sending email from paradox with TLS via pdoxindy
Date:Fri, 25 May 2018 08:16:23 -0500
From:Mark Bannister <>
I don't know anything about this but I tried to register the dll's 
(regsvr32 ) and got an error, the module was loaded but the entry-point 
DllRegisterServer was not found."

On 5/25/2018 8:12 AM, Mark Bannister wrote:
> I tried this on Win 7 64 bit, Pdox 9.  Same error as Kevin.  This error 
> pops up immediately.
> If I send without tls (didn't change the port) there is a longer delay 
> and then:
> "Erreur : La connexion s'est terminee propement."
> On 5/24/2018 6:50 PM, Côme wrote:
>> Hi Peter
>> Kevin searchs a way to send email from Paradox with a gmail smtp 
>> serveur. In order to do this you have to use TLS encryption for the 
>> connection.
>> With pdoxindy, a little dll I wrote years ago in Delphi 7 (open 
>> source), you can send email directly to a smtp server so without MAPI, 
>> without a mail application. So I decided to add TLS support in 
>> Pdoxindy. Now it works for me in France with Pdox 7 or Pdox 10 in 
>> windows 8.1 but it failed when Kevin tried in windows 10 with the 
>> following error :
>> "Erreur:  Impossible de charger la bibliotheque SSL ", unable to load 
>> the SSL library.
>> So if you have 5 minutes you could test the package I'v prepared here 
>> :
>> Simply unzip the content in a test folder, for instance c:\test
>> then open Paradox set the working directory to c:\test and first save 
>> the paradox library, LibEmail.lsl, and then the test form, Test.fsl, 
>> in your version of Paradox.
>> Now open the Test form and try to send an email by connecting to 
>> with a gmail account. I posted previously here a 
>> picture to help you figure out what information was needed in the screen.
>> And then please report here your result and add your windows version 
>> and your Paradox version.
>> Le 24/05/2018 à 23:35, Peter a écrit :
>>> I am willing to help out. What is it you are testing?
>>> Peter

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