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    Re: ResGen.exe 64-bit VS2010 .NET 4- Bug

    Also, ResGen won't generate that error, as it's not a 64-bit assembly anyway.
    The problem has to do with bit architecture, I'm sure, which is always a pain wityh Visual Studio. If you read the post...
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    Re: ResGen.exe 64-bit VS2010 .NET 4- Bug

    I replied to your post, but apparently it didn't get posted for some reason.
    The messageId you're describing is typically when a 64-bit assembly is called from a 32-bit application.
    That's not the...
  3. Re: emails get spam if sent via C# .net 2.0 but goes to inbox if outlook is used

    Compare the PIDs on the emails. They are not the same.
    If you assign "not spam" to the email, do subsequent emails get through?
    Does your Exchange server require login?
    Thanks!
  4. Re: Is this control included in Visual Studio?

    Sounds like a datagrid control (gridview, etc). You can create the appearance described with it. It's also very easy to create a custom control that does that. I would have to ask, is this winform...
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    Re: ResGen.exe 64-bit VS2010 .NET 4- Bug

    Thanks for the response. :)
    The error you're describing is relevent to a 64-bit assembly being called from a 32-bit assembly (possibly vice-versa, but I've never seen the reverse).
    This is...
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    ResGen.exe 64-bit VS2010 .NET 4- Bug

    This is a good link describing Mickeysoft's unrelenting quality of support:
    http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/msbuild/thread/6b034607-9373-4816-b992-4f0c1e32d3b4
    So impressed was I that...
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