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YAM crash during sending e-mail #611

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jens-maus opened this Issue Apr 26, 2016 · 5 comments

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jens-maus commented Apr 26, 2016

Originally by christoph.poelzl@rmsvideo.ch on 2015-12-15 08:11:37 +0100


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YAM crashes quite often here during sending e-mail. This happens not always. A log is attached, the crash is at the end of the log. Would be great if this could be corrected because when this happens I need to reset the machine, everything gets blocked!

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  1. Just send an e-mail
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Originally by christoph.poelzl@rmsvideo.ch on 2015-12-15 08:12:22 +0100


Attachment added: log_15-12-15 (411.7 KiB)

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jens-maus commented Apr 26, 2016

Originally by christoph.poelzl@rmsvideo.ch on 2015-12-15 08:12:22 +0100


Attachment added: log_15-12-15 (411.7 KiB)

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Originally on 2015-12-15 09:24:21 +0100


Most probably this is the culprit:

0x1a383800 -> libs:amissl/amissl_v097g.library Hunk 0 Offset 0x000a8780
0x1a387d28 -> libs:amissl/amissl_v097g.library Hunk 0 Offset 0x000acca8

As long as AmiSSL trashes memory there is nothing we can do against this.

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tboeckel commented Apr 26, 2016

Originally on 2015-12-15 09:24:21 +0100


Most probably this is the culprit:

0x1a383800 -> libs:amissl/amissl_v097g.library Hunk 0 Offset 0x000a8780
0x1a387d28 -> libs:amissl/amissl_v097g.library Hunk 0 Offset 0x000acca8

As long as AmiSSL trashes memory there is nothing we can do against this.

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Originally by christoph.poelzl@rmsvideo.ch on 2015-12-16 05:53:42 +0100


Ohh, this is a shame because it does makes me problems, I need to write a lot of e-mails and often I get this crash. It seems that I need to use amissl because the e-mail server needs a secure connection... hmmm... is there really not other way to solve this problem?

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jens-maus commented Apr 26, 2016

Originally by christoph.poelzl@rmsvideo.ch on 2015-12-16 05:53:42 +0100


Ohh, this is a shame because it does makes me problems, I need to write a lot of e-mails and often I get this crash. It seems that I need to use amissl because the e-mail server needs a secure connection... hmmm... is there really not other way to solve this problem?

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Originally on 2015-12-16 07:35:02 +0100


Of course there is something that can be done: motivate some more developers to assist us finishing the new AmiSSL version.

The project is hosted here: https://github.com/jens-maus/amissl

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Originally on 2015-12-16 07:35:02 +0100


Of course there is something that can be done: motivate some more developers to assist us finishing the new AmiSSL version.

The project is hosted here: https://github.com/jens-maus/amissl

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Originally by christoph.poelzl@rmsvideo.ch on 2015-12-17 07:20:02 +0100


I talk about to the developers I know and perhaps there will be some positive answer.

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jens-maus commented Apr 26, 2016

Originally by christoph.poelzl@rmsvideo.ch on 2015-12-17 07:20:02 +0100


I talk about to the developers I know and perhaps there will be some positive answer.

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