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Error 1506 when Sending Mail via SMTP Server in Runtime App

Question asked by databuzz on Jul 2, 2009
Latest reply on Feb 24, 2012 by TSGal

Summary

Error 1506 when Sending Mail via SMTP Server in Runtime App

Description of the issue

FileMaker Product(s) involved FileMaker Pro Advanced v10.0v1Operating System(s) involved Mac OS X 10.5..7Windows XP SP3Detailed description of the issue Creating a runtime application using the Developer Utilities of FileMaker Pro Advanced v10 that contains a space in the runtime application name causes the Send Mail via SMTP Server menu command or script step to fail with Error 1506 (Email(s) could not be sent successfully). If you create the runtime application without any spaces in the runtime application name the emails are sent successfully. This has been tested on both Mac OS X and Windows XP. Exact steps to reproduce the issue 1. Create a runtime application using FileMaker Pro Advanced v10.0v1 on either Windows or Mac OS X, ensuring that the runtime application name contains a space (e.g. "Contacts Database") 2. Open the runtime application and use the Send Mail command (or scripted) to send email via SMTP Server (I'm testing using Authenticated SMTP with Plain Password). 3. Error 1506 ("Email(s) could not be sent successfully") is returned.Expected Result Error 0 (emails sent successfully)Actual Result Error 1506Exact text of any error message(s) that appeared Error 1506Any additional configuration information/troubleshooting that is relevant to the issueAny workarounds that you have found Create the runtime application without contain any spaces (e.g. "ContactsDatabase") and it will work successfully/as expected. 

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