I thought it was figured out that dynamically unloading and reloading the
dll was the problem, which other components probably don't do, and I think
you were given a workaround that worked...to load it manually so that the
loaded count always stays above 0 and it remains loaded.

Dan

> -----Original Message-----
> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
> Behalf Of Henrik
> Sent: 25 January 2007 16:42
> To: 'ICS support mailing'
> Subject: Re: [twsocket] Freeze when using smtp after recreating
> itsparentform
> 
> Hi Arno and others!
> 
> Some of the heavy work load I experienced a while ago has decreased a bit
> so
> I thought that I should take the opportunity to thank You ALL that tried
> to
> help me.
> 
> At the end the solution for me was to use another smtp component. Sorry
> about that. (As a request by Francois Piette I'm not going to mention it
> by
> name in this news group.)
> Even if it is like You say Arno, that the problem is not originating from
> ICS it is still toghether with the SmtpCli component the problem appears.
> This makes it impossible to use the SmtpCli component knowing that users
> might not be able to use our application under certain _normal_
> circumstances (like in our test case with a new Dell laptop). We can not
> tell our users that they have to uninstall other softwares just to be able
> to send emails from our application.
> Even if it is not a bug in ICS code or design the fact remains: Other smtp
> components out there works just fine under the same circumstances. So that
> was why I was forced to take that path.
> 
> But once again: Thank You all for the help! You are doing a wonderful job!
> Best Regards
> Henrik
> 
> 
> 
> Arno Garrels wrote:
> > The problem is *not a bug in ICS*. Instead another process
> > injects and executes its own, buggy code in the process space
> > of the ICS-application. Detoured.dll is used for hooking API
> > calls. The hooking application is the culprit!
> > That must not be a virus or trojan but may be any other
> > application/service or security suite as well.
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