Blat Error 0x00005708

2008-11-24
2013-05-29
  • Volker Heiner

    Volker Heiner - 2008-11-24

    Hello,

    we get with special Messages a Blat crash with Error 0x00005708

    first of all we send a Mail with oscSendMail (see Example)
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    10.09.2008 16:52:05 oscSendMail.exe SYSTEM (E) : executing 'blat C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\oscSendMail.10844 -s "%Customer AEC EventA+B E M3 [BSF00SAB] n/a n/a [16:51:49] 2008-09-10] Errormeldung in der Checkliste. Bitte prüfen." -t Absender@Name.de -sender NSM@bsf00sab.bsf00m.Customer.net -from NSM@bsf00sab.bsf00m.Customer.net >"C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\oscSendMail-10844-4.tmp" 2>"C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\oscSendMail-10844-5.tmp"' ... failed [65280].
    10.09.2008 16:52:05 oscSendMail.exe SYSTEM (E) : ---vvv--- BLAT STDOUT ---vvv---
    10.09.2008 16:52:05 oscSendMail.exe SYSTEM (E) : ---^^^--- BLAT STDOUT ---^^^---
    10.09.2008 16:52:05 oscSendMail.exe SYSTEM (E) : ---vvv--- BLAT STDERR ---vvv---
    10.09.2008 16:52:05 oscSendMail.exe SYSTEM (E) : ---^^^--- BLAT STDERR ---^^^---
    10.09.2008 16:52:05 oscSendMail.exe SYSTEM (E) : exitCode is [2]
    10.09.2008 16:56:51 oscSendMail.exe SYSTEM (E) : executing 'blat

    we replace the Original Sender Address with CUSTOMER
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    the Error occurs only by this Mails. other Mails are functioning.

    Blat crashed then with an Error 0x00005708

    we try all Versions up 1.91 in the Customer Environment, every time the same Error by the same Mails.

    do you have any Suggestions for us???

    Kind regards

    Volker Heiner

     
    • Chip

      Chip - 2008-12-05

      What is the newest version that you have tried?

      Error code 0x00005708 (decimal 22280) is not an error code that Blat can itself produce.

      Also, you should not need to use -sender and -from when they are exactly the same.  You should be able to use just the -from option and be fine.

      Chip

       
    • Chip

      Chip - 2009-02-16

      You wrote "we try all Versions up 1.91", do you mean all versions starting from 1.91, or do you mean that version 1.91 is the newest version tested?

      I would need to see your log file when you run the newest official version (2.6.2) and using the -superdebug option.  This will tell us what the server is sending back that causes Blat to exit with error code 2.

      Chip

       

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