I have two computers (development and production), they are on the same network with the same configurations, I use the same version of uipath and mail, because the mail fails on the production PC and it works in development, last week it worked. Any ideas?
I have been checking with the administrator and the firewall rules are fine and are the same for both PCs. In the mail server we have noticed the difference between one equipment and another since it gave a timeout and the other one worked fine. I have modified the version of the mail, restarted computers, deleted and added the smtp send but nothing.
I have the feeling that it is a problem with the mail activity on that computer.
You said “since it gave a timeout and the other one worked fine” - the timeout indicates the connection is not working. And putting a Try/Catch around it just makes it so the automation doesn’t fault when the email send fails. It still fails.
Outlook and SMTP are two different things with different connections and different security.
I was doing tests, I have restarted the computer and now it works (I have had more than 5 restarts today and it did not work), I am not convinced of the solution, because if it happens again I will lose a lot of time and I will not know how to solve it, I was preparing a tracert so that You would see if it had a connection to the server.
the tests have been before the restart
Hello, it was the first thing I did, but it didn’t work either.
One question, if SMTP is executed from one PC and not from another, if I upload from the one that works to the Orchestrator, in which one would it be executed?
I am beginning to suspect that something is wrong with that computer, since I have tried the same code on a third computer and it also works for me.
More tests impossible to carry out, we have opened everything in the firewall, we have observed the timeout in the mail server, I have changed versions of the packages, so I only have to format that computer and start with a clean installation to see what happens.
Yeah, it sucks but sometimes that’s where you end up. It can be impossible to find the causes of these things sometimes. A wrong driver somewhere, a corrupted file, impossible to find. We had sudden email issues one time and stumbled onto it being a certificate on the email server that didn’t seem to have any relevance to SMTP, but it did.
I have started the migration to another computer, since I have been away from work for several days, one last question, what computer do you recommend to work with Uipath? OS, physical or virtual?