Martin Feitag wrote:
Michael Gordon schrieb:
Ray_Net replied On 5/2/2009 9:35 AM

Michael Gordon wrote:
We have an interesting problem that surfaced recently and needs some
attention.

We have a graphics program called Paint Shop Pro XI that is supposed to
allow us to send an open and active image as an attached file in our
e-mail application.

When we press the File/E-mail button we get an error from PSP that an
unknown error has occurred and nothing else happens.

If SeaMonkey Mail is open to receive messages and we perform the above
steps a new compose message window opens with the image file in the
attach file box and everything works correctly.

In SeaMonkey Mail Preferences SeaMonkey Mail is the default mail client,
in Windows XP Control Panel/Internet Options/Programs SeaMonkey Mail is
the default mail client.

Any ideas or suggestions?

Michael Gordon
This looks like a "Paint Shop Pro XI" problem.
When you press the File/E-mail button "Paint Shop Pro XI" did not check
if SM is up and running ... he just try to communicate with him.

IMHO - The best way of working of ""Paint Shop Pro XI" when you press
the File/E-mail button must be:
1. Check if SM is up and running : if yes got to step 6.
2. Start SM.
3. Wait until SM is up and running if yes go to step 6.
4. if the accepted delay of starting SM is not reached go to step 3.
5. Display "impossible to start SM" print stopped.
6. Communicate with SM to send the mail.
...

Ray,

What I am reading in your reply is the problem is in the Paint Shop Pro
application not performing the correct initiation for SeaMonkey mail.

Correct, not performing the correct initiation of SM ....or not performing the initiation of SM :-)


Michael

indeed.

The only workaround I can think of is using the Quickstart of SM to keep it in memory.

Martin

QuickLaunch could be a solution. Don't forget when you want to work on SM when it should not be running....to not only stop SM, but also stop QuickLaunch application.
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