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    CDO.Message object cannot be created

    I have HS2 running on Hometroller pro series 3 I am trying to configure the Email setup using gmail account. I have also used the stunnel for the SSL but We I am trying to send an email I am getting an error .Sending email using SMTP: Could not create an object of type 'CDO.Message'. Please verify that the current platform configuration supports SMTP mail.
    I am not sure why this is coming. The Hometroller pro series works on embedded XP.

    Can any one help me on this.


    Regards
    Anuj

    #2
    Can you post a bit more detail on how you configured the mail setup? e.g. SMTP vs MAPI, mail provider, smpt settings etc.?
    Nicolai L

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      #3
      Hi,

      I am using the SMTP connection and not the MAPI one in the email setup screen.
      I am aware that the GMAIL is using the SSL and HS2 does not support SSL so I am using the stunnel application to make it work as per the earlier post by jon00.

      Regards
      Anuj

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        #4
        That set of API are probably not implemented on embedded machines.
        HomeSeer 2, HomeSeer 3, Allonis myServer, Amazon Alexa Dots, ELK M1G, ISY 994i, HomeKit, BlueIris, and 6 "4k" Cameras using NVR, and integration between all of these systems. Home Automation since 1980.

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          #5
          Krumpy is correct. The Cdosys.dll is not part of the Home Trollers image?
          -Rupp
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            #6
            It surprised me that the hometroller pro 3 doesn't support email and I couldn't find anything in the documentation either.

            Anyway, I have managed to get it working. I obtained a copy of the 'cdosys.dll' file from another XP sp3 machine (its in the %systemroot%\system32 folder). I copied it to the same location on the hometroller and then ran:
            regsvr32 %systemroot%\system32\cdosys.dll
            from a command prompt.

            This has worked for me but all the usual disclaimers apply if you want to try it.

            HTH
            Antony

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