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Hello Experts,
The server Could ot complete your request. contact yur internet service provider or web server administrator to make sure that the server has the front page server extensions or sharepoint services installed.

when i click deatils

Belwo is the message that the server returned. for more information contact your internet service provider or web server administrator.

I am working on the sharepoint designer send email extended activity from codeplex http://spdactivities.codeplex.com/

how can start troubleshooti ng this
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by:melli111
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First of all, when exactly do you receive the error message?  Is it when you open a SharePoint site; when you open a workflow; or when you save a workflow?
Second, did you try rebooting the server?
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Thanks for the reply melli111.
when i open the sharepoint sent then when i open workflow activities, then saying workflow activies not found.
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Have you used the send email extended activity successfully before, or is this the first time since the download / install?
How these custom actions work is the .dll gets put into the global assembly, an action files goes into the SharePoint 12 hive, and the web.config for SharePoint is modified so that SharePoint knows it's available, and that it is safe.
Did you download just the one activity or the whole package of spd custom activities?  I have the full download which came with an installation package.  You can also download just the code and install it manually if you so choose.
Check your SharePoint 12 hive to make sure the .Actions file is in there.  If you're running English language SharePoint it should be in this directory:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\12\TEMPLATE\1033\Workflow
Filename:  DPWorkflow.ACTIONS
Then check your GAC (global assembly cache); located in c:\windows\assembly for the following dll:
DP.Sharepoint.Workflow
Then check your SharePoint web.config (should be in C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\wss\VirtualDirectories\<PORT#-Probably 80>\web.config)
Look for a line(s) similar to the following:
<authorizedType Assembly="DP.Sharepoint.Workflow, Version=1.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=0298457208daed83" Namespace="DP.Sharepoint.Workflow" TypeName="*" Authorized="True" />
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when i reintsall the solution file again it work fine. i know this is not the best practice but this only option left
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