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can not find bootsrap.vbs (Support requests)

by Frank Mohnhaupt ⌂ @, Germany, Tuesday, March 26, 2013, 04:13 (2366 days ago)

After Installation and starting Apache i become a error "can not find boostrap.vbs" in installation root file (for me: D:\Program Files (x86)\SMTPing\BootStrap.vbs)

But the file is there.

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What can I do ? Thanks.

It seems the file is being blocked. Here's a solution...

by acaballero @, Tuesday, March 26, 2013, 08:09 (2366 days ago) @ Frank Mohnhaupt

I've tested the setup package under some scenarios with high security settings and in a couple of cases, the bootstrap file was blocked.

Now, that script is a simple service checker. If the services aren't running, then it throws a message, but if everything is ok, then it launches Chromium.

So, if the tray menu properly started the services, you can skip the launch of the bootstrap file by:

1. Opening the D:\Program Files (x86)\SMTPing\SMTPing.ini with a text editor.
2. Comment line 105 by prepending a semicolon.
3. Uncomment line 106 by removing the semicolon at the beginning.
4. Save the file, close the tray app and start it again.

That's all you have to do :) ...you just won't have the startup service checker.

It seems the file is being blocked. Here's a solution...

by Frank Mohnhaupt ⌂ @, Stuttgart,Germany, Sunday, March 31, 2013, 02:18 (2361 days ago) @ acaballero

Thank´s. This error is gone, but no SMTPing at localhost:33912. Xampp working fine on localhost but at localhost:3391 i become this error:

Error 102 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED): The server refused the connection.

I look for error.log

But no data about error.

So what can I do ? Thanks...

( On a other Computer SMTPing works fine from the first minute...)

It seems the file is being blocked. Here's a solution...

by acaballero @, Sunday, March 31, 2013, 17:44 (2361 days ago) @ Frank Mohnhaupt

Something is definitely blocking the instance of Apache that comes with SMTPing. And that's for sure the Windows Firewall or some other security thing you have on that computer.

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