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Hi,

We are facing issue with mime files of size around 1 GB. I am not able to decrypt them using decrypt() method. I have tried to debug and reviewed the LastErrorText message and I could see It just gave me message "Failed". When I debug I could see I am getting error at below line.

success = mime.LoadMimeFile(file);

Here it is returning false and mime is becoming null. Could you please help in this context.

Let me know if you need further information.

Regards Jyothi

asked Nov 04 at 08:46

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My guess would be that you are running out of memory with the large files. Perhaps Chilkat needs some BeginDecrypt/DecryptMore/EndDecrypt methods, or some way to decrypt to a file in chunks?

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answered Nov 04 at 09:21

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Hi,

Could you please give me some sample code to do this. I don't see these methods in fact.

Regards Jyothi

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answered Nov 07 at 01:40

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Those methods don't exist at the moment. I mentioned them because they might be useful in this case, and I've seen similar method within the Chilkat library. Only Chilkat can determine if they are worth implementing though, and only Chilkat can go ahead an implement them if so. If you are a registered user with an active support license, I recommend contacting Chilkat directly via email to discuss this further.

(Nov 07 at 06:44) jpbro ♦

Hi,

Thanks for your response. I should send email to support@chilkatsoft.com right?

Regards Jyothi

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answered Nov 07 at 06:49

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That's right, good luck! :)

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