Colin,

Is that . at the end of office365.com part of the address it is trying to connect to? If so, that would cause an issue.


If not, if you try and ping office365.com from a command prompt on the Windows 10 machine, does it resolve the name to an IP address?

Regards,

Charles


On 16/09/2016 10:06 PM, Colin.Kelly wrote:
Hi,

The stack works fine on my mac but on Windows 10 I get the Error:
        “Error tsnetterr (6) could not resolve host:
        office365.com.
        returned from server”
Any ideas?

On 16/09/2016, 12:41, "use-livecode on behalf of Matthias Rebbe" 
<use-livecode-boun...@lists.runrev.com on behalf of matthias_livecode_150...@m-r-d.de> 
wrote:

     Hi,
i have now upgraded my demo stack with Charles corrections and additions.
     The stack includes smtp and ftp samples.
     https://dl.dropbox.com/s/q4oec8uu3pcdgfj/index.html 
<https://dl.dropbox.com/s/q4oec8uu3pcdgfj/index.html>
@Charles
     If you want, you can use that stack for further modifications and extend 
it with further examples.
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     > Am 16.09.2016 um 13:24 schrieb Charles Warwick <char...@techstrategies.com.au 
<mailto:char...@techstrategies.com.au>>:
     >
     > Hi Dave,
     >
     > Yes, you can include attachments in an e-mail.
     >
     > The pData parameter to the tsNetSmtp* commands is the raw e-mail message 
that you wish to send, complete with e-mail headers.
     >
     > So to send an attachment, you need to build the e-mail as a multi-part 
MIME message.
     >
     > I have just updated the LCMail stack (thanks to Neil and Matthias for that stack) 
to add an attachment when you click the "send" button.
     >
     > It is at the same URL as before:
     >
     > https://downloads.techstrategies.com.au/tsnet/LCMail.livecode 
<https://downloads.techstrategies.com.au/tsnet/LCMail.livecode>
     >
     > Cheers,
     >
     > Charles
     >
     >
     > On 16/09/2016 8:57 PM, Dave Kilroy wrote:
     >> Thanks for your help with this Charles and others
     >>
     >> Yesterday I got the same advice from HostM about using TLS  - 
"smtp://domain:port” and not "scheme://host:port/path: as it is in the dictionary
     >>
     >> I’m so impressed with your external, it’s so fast and even fussy 
domains such as nhs.net email accounts accept emails sent by it without objection :)
     >>
     >> I have a question to ask though, is it possible to include an 
attachment with the email?
     >>
     >> Dave
     >>
     >>
     >>
     >>
     >>> Hi Matthias,
     >>>
     >>> On 16/09/2016 8:46 AM, Matthias Rebbe wrote:
     >>>> And here´s a simple script
     >>>>
     >>>>
     >>>>
     >>>> put TRUE into pSettings["use_ssl"]
     >>>>
     >>>> -- Note: when setting use_ssl to TRUE, then you have to use smtps:// 
--
     >>>>
     >>>>
     >>> That is not quite correct.
     >>>
     >>> Secure SMTP comes in two flavours, SSL and TLS.
     >>>
     >>> If you are using SMTP over SSL, then you just need a URL starting with
     >>> "smtps://" and you do not need the "use_ssl" setting.
     >>> If you are using SMTP over TLS, then you need a URL that looks like
     >>> "smtp://mail.mydomain.com:587" and you must use the "use_ssl" setting 
to
     >>> invoke TLS.
     >>>
     >>> I have taken the liberty to update Neil's LCMail stack with a few radio
     >>> buttons, so that it generates the URL and adds the "use_ssl" setting
     >>> only when appropriate.  You can download it here:
     >>>
     >>> https://downloads.techstrategies.com.au/tsnet/LCMail.livecode 
<https://downloads.techstrategies.com.au/tsnet/LCMail.livecode>
     >>>
     >>> As an aside, a similar concept applies when using FTPS in implicit or
     >>> explicit mode:
     >>>
     >>> If you are using FTPS in implicit mode, then you just need a URL
     >>> starting with "ftps://" and you do not need the "use_ssl" setting.
     >>> If you are using FTPS in explicit mode, then you need a URL that starts
     >>> with "ftp://"; and you must use the "use_ssl" setting to invoke TLS.
     >>>
     >>> Regards,
     >>>
     >>> Charles
     >>>
     >>>
     >>>
     >>>> answer pResponseHeaders &return &tResult
     >>>>
     >>>> end mouseup
     >>>>
     >>>>
     >>>> HTH,
     >>>>
     >>>> Matthias
     >>>>
     >>>>> Am 15.09.2016 um 23:54 schrieb Matthias Rebbe <[hidden email] 
<http://runtime-revolution.278305.n4.nabble.com/user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=4708493&i=0>>:
     >>>>>
     >>>>> Hi Mark,
     >>>>>
     >>>>> i just tried it with the stack from Neil Roger which is available 
here
     >>>>> http://techsupport.on-rev.com/LCMail.zip 
<http://techsupport.on-rev.com/LCMail.zip> <http://techsupport.on-rev.com/LCMail.zip 
<http://techsupport.on-rev.com/LCMail.zip>>
     >>>>> or an extended version, which includes also some FTP examples,here
     >>>>> https://dl.dropbox.com/s/q4oec8uu3pcdgfj/index.html 
<https://dl.dropbox.com/s/q4oec8uu3pcdgfj/index.html> 
<https://dl.dropbox.com/s/q4oec8uu3pcdgfj/index.html 
<https://dl.dropbox.com/s/q4oec8uu3pcdgfj/index.html>>
     >>>>>
     >>>>> Are you referring to that sample stack?
     >>>>>
     >>>>> I just tried it. I have no problems using it to send an email 
through one of my  HostM email accounts to my iCloud email address.
     >>>>>
     >>>>>
     >>>>> Matthias
     >>>>>
     >>>>>
     >>>>>
     >>>>>> Am 15.09.2016 um 23:29 schrieb Mark Clark <[hidden email] 
<http://runtime-revolution.278305.n4.nabble.com/user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=4708493&i=1>>:
     >>>>>>
     >>>>>> I am looking to replace sending emails via shell to one using the 
tsNet library. At first I had thought there was a var for the smtp port, but that’s just a server 
address setting (whoops).
     >>>>>> I am using hostM on this project and I’m trying to configure 
through their mail host- I have the proper settings for outgoing mail server (587), mail username 
(which is just the address for the account), and password. The error message I get back is (56) 
Failure when receiving data from peer/returned from server.  I’m just slogging through the tsNet 
Sample Sync Stack to speed things up since sending the email should be trivial compared to the 
data enclosed in the actual message. But, sometimes that’s how it goes:) Other than the 
Dictionary and this sample stack does anyone have a pointer to a simple example using this 
external with a hosted mail service?
     >>>>>>
     >>>>>> thx,
     >>>>>> mark c
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