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Need to get CDONTS working on a Win 2003 box. When trying to register cdonts.dll from the Win 2k box to the Win 2003 box X64, I insert the file into the system32 folder and run RegSvr32. I am getting an error. "The Specified Module Could Not Be Found." Tried running many times with many variations in path.

Found related thread and still stuck
http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/2003_Server/Q_21103063.html

Please help :)
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I believe there are actually two versions of regsvr32.exe. onw in \Windows\system32 and one in Windows\syswow64. and that confusingly one  registers 64 bit dll's and one 32 bit dll''s
Try both.
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I tried in syswow64 and it registered. Thanks! So that takes care of that. But when sending the email using the existing code we used on the Win 2k box for CDONTS, we are getting an error.

Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a01ad'   ActiveX component can't create object   /index.asp, line 1211  

Server.createobject("CDONTS.NewMail")
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