Tregistry and idsmpt port number.

Reading info from the registry and i get and error.
[DCC Error] Unit1.pas(224): E2010 Incompatible types: 'Word' and 'string'
[DCC Fatal Error] QuickEmail.dpr(5): F2063 Could not compile used unit 'Unit1.pas'
procedure TForm1.sendmail;
var
  I : Integer;
  EMails : String;
  Subject : String;
  Body : String;
begin
  For I := 0 To ListView1.Items.Count - 1 Do
    begin
    R :=TRegistry.Create;
    R.Rootkey:=HKEY_CURRENT_USER;
      with R do try
        if keyexists('\Software\QuickEmail') = false then
          showmessage('No SMTP INFO PLEASE RUN SETUP')
            else
      begin
        CreateKey('\Software\QuickEmail');
        OpenKey('\Software\QuickEmail', True);
        idsmtp1.Host     := ReadString('Host');
        idsmtp1.Username := ReadString('User');
        idsmtp1.Password := ReadString('Pass');
        idsmtp1.Port     := ReadString('Port');
        R.CloseKey;
      end
        finally
      R.Free;
end;

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Dagan HooverDeveloperCommented:
Just a guess
procedure TForm1.sendmail;
var
  I : Integer;
  EMails : String;
  Subject : String;
  Body : String;
begin
  For I := 0 To ListView1.Items.Count - 1 Do
    begin
    R :=TRegistry.Create;
    R.Rootkey:=HKEY_CURRENT_USER;
      with R do try
        if keyexists('\Software\QuickEmail') = false then
          showmessage('No SMTP INFO PLEASE RUN SETUP')
            else
      begin
        CreateKey('\Software\QuickEmail');
        OpenKey('\Software\QuickEmail', True);
        idsmtp1.Host     := ReadString('Host');
        idsmtp1.Username := ReadString('User');
        idsmtp1.Password := ReadString('Pass');
        idsmtp1.Port     := StrToIntDef(ReadString('Port'),25);
        R.CloseKey;
      end
        finally
      R.Free;
end;

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