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I found out that in the release of v9.5.0.48, CkMailMan has no put_ClientIpAddress method. How to bind IP Address when sending email?

asked Mar 08 '15 at 03:46

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Thanks. That will be fixed.

Here are new builds: 64-bit Download: http://www.chilkatsoft.com/download/preRelease/chilkat-9.5.0-x86_64-vc9-sp1.zip
32-bit Download: http://www.chilkatsoft.com/download/preRelease/chilkat-9.5.0-x86-vc9-sp1.zip

Unfortunately the official downloads won't change until the next version update. I'll make a note in the online reference docs...

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answered Mar 09 '15 at 11:44

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Somehow the property got marked read-only. What operating system, architecture, and/or VC++ version do you use?

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answered Mar 08 '15 at 08:59

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I used visual c++ 2008 sp1 and windows 7 x64. It was fine with 9.5.0.47. After recompiled with 9.5.0.48, the error message was that Ckmailman has no put_clientipaddress.

(Mar 08 '15 at 12:18) hsujong

I found out the online document of CkMailMan is also missing put_ClientIpAddress too.

Only two properties left:

void get_ClientIpAddress(CkString &str); const char *clientIpAddress(void);

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answered Mar 09 '15 at 05:30

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