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Can anyone tell me why and how to fix the error that I get when I run the demo simpmail program on a computer that doesn't have delphi installed.  The error won't allow the application to start and it says
Exception Eolesys error in module simpmail.  Class not registered.

Thanks in advance
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mheacock earned 50 total points
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There's probably a required .OCX required...were you using
any thrid-party OCXs in your program??  If so, you need to
transport them with the app and register them on the new
system.
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by:kros041997
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To be honest, I pretty much had figured that was the case, but I needed the specefics on how to register the ocx.  I found the answer myself.  Thanks for trying.
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