What version of Delphi? I am running D2009, and can debug without issues on W7 when running Delphi in admin mode.
Do you have the idSMTP & idMessage components on the form? They are not needed for this function. From: delphi-boun...@delphi.org.nz [mailto:delphi-boun...@delphi.org.nz] On Behalf Of John Bird Sent: Thursday, 14 July 2011 9:32 p.m. To: NZ Borland Developers Group - Delphi List Subject: Re: [DUG] Email/SMTP code It looks like its the presence of the SMTP and IdMessage components that cause the UAC (Admin access)....there is only this unit and a test unit to drive it... Any ideas why running IDE as administrator on Windows 7 still will not debug? John From: David O'Brien <mailto:d...@iccs.co.nz> Sent: Thursday, July 14, 2011 7:12 PM To: NZ Borland Developers Group - Delphi List <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: [DUG] Email/SMTP code Put the code in another project that doesn’t require admin access? What server are you pointing at, and are you going through a proxy server? Username & password are both blank in my implementation. Here is a bit more up to date version from another project, this returns any error message. function SendEmail(msgFrom, msgTo, msgCC, msgBCC, msgSubject: String; msgBody: TStringList; Attachments: TStringList): String ; var IdMessage: TIdMessage; SMTP: TIdSMTP; t: TDateTime ; i: Integer ; begin Result := '' ; try if ASettings.SMTPServer <> '' then begin SMTP := TidSMTP.Create(nil) ; IdMessage := TIdMessage.Create(SMTP); try MsgTo := Trim(MsgTo) ; if Length(MsgTo) > 0 then if MsgTo[Length(MsgTo)] = ';' then Delete(MsgTo, Length(MsgTo), 1) ; MsgCC := Trim(MsgCC) ; if Length(MsgCC) > 0 then if MsgCC[Length(MsgCC)] = ';' then Delete(MsgCC, Length(MsgCC), 1) ; MsgBCC := Trim(MsgBCC) ; if Length(MsgBCC) > 0 then if MsgBCC[Length(MsgBCC)] = ';' then Delete(MsgBCC, Length(MsgBCC), 1) ; idMessage.Clear ; idMessage.From.Address := msgFrom ; if MsgTo <> '' then idMessage.Recipients.Add.Address := msgTo ; if MsgCC <> '' then idMessage.CCList.Add.Address := msgCC ; if MsgBCC <> '' then idMessage.BccList.Add.Address := msgBCC ; idMessage.Subject := msgSubject ; with TIdText.Create(IdMessage.MessageParts, nil) do begin Body.Assign(msgBody) ; ContentType := 'text/html'; end; if Assigned(Attachments) then for i := 0 to pred(Attachments.Count) do with TIdAttachmentFile.Create(idMessage.MessageParts, Attachments[i]) do begin ContentID := inttoStr(1000+i) ; ContentType := 'image/jpeg' ; Filename := ExtractFileName(Attachments[i]) ; end; t := now ; while (SMTP.Connected) and (now < t + 10 * (1/86400)) do // 10 Seconds sleep(10) ; SMTP.Host := ASettings.SMTPServer ; SMTP.Port := ASettings.SMTPPort ; SMTP.Username := ASettings.Username ; SMTP.Password := ASettings.Password ; SMTP.Connect ; try SMTP.Send(idMessage) ; finally SMTP.Disconnect ; end ; finally SMTP.Free ; end; end; except on e: Exception do begin Result := msgTo+': '+e.Message ; EmailFailed := True ; end; end ; end ; From: delphi-boun...@delphi.org.nz [mailto:delphi-boun...@delphi.org.nz] On Behalf Of John Bird Sent: Thursday, 14 July 2011 6:06 p.m. To: NZ Borland Developers Group - Delphi List Subject: Re: [DUG] Email/SMTP code Trying to debug this SMTP program, having tweaked the code a little – I am getting “Connection timed out” However I cannot debug, as on Windows 7 this program requires admin access. I restarted the IDE (BDS.EXE) running as administrator but still get the error message “Cannot create process” (Debug) or “Access denied” (Run without debugger). Can run the program outside of the IDE by right clicking and selecting “Run as administrator” but there is no debugging then! What have I missed? John ________________________________ _______________________________________________ NZ Borland Developers Group - Delphi mailing list Post: email@example.com Admin: http://delphi.org.nz/mailman/listinfo/delphi Unsubscribe: send an email to delphi-requ...@delphi.org.nz with Subject: unsubscribe
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