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THE .NET EXCEPTION:

 External component has thrown an exception.

   at ClsEmail.AddFileAttachmentX(ClsEmail* , XString* , XString* )
   at Chilkat.Email.AddFileAttachment(String fileName)

THE CHILKAT.LASTERRORTEXT:

    ChilkatLog:
      AddFileAttachment:
        DllDate: Dec  2 2009
        Username: liz
        Component: .NET 2.0
        filename: C:\Documents and Settings\NancyD\Desktop\SUMMER 2012 pdf.pdf

IF I CALL ZIPATTACHMENTS:

Chilkat.LastErrorText:
ChilkatLog:
  ZipAttachments:
    DllDate: Dec  2 2009
    Username: kevinh
    Component: .NET 2.0
    ZipFilename: Attachments.zip
    NumAttachments: 1

this is occurring consistently for my client when they attempt to send multiple emails - it does NOT occur when sending a single email.

unfortunately, the EXCEPTION & STACK TRACE tells us nothing and as you see, the Chilkat.LastErrorText also tells us nothing

how do i find more detailed info about the error that chilkat is throwing in this situation?

~UPDATE~

i think i know what the root of the issue is: the internal static (shared) method: " ClsEmail.AddFileAttachmentX(ClsEmail , XString , XString* )"

notice the 1st argument is the email object - this leads me to believe that Chilkat is storing some sort of array / collection of all the email objects i am creating - and when my code fails, it is because the total attachment size has exceeded some internal Chilkat limit

has anyone ever seen this before?

asked Jul 18 '12 at 13:32

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~bump~

this is causing our client's issues and they (and we) are waiting for an answer

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answered Jul 27 '12 at 12:11

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kevinaich
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The DLL date is quite old, have you tried the latest version of the components?

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answered Jul 27 '12 at 14:33

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