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I installed the Transactional Mail Extension and after adjusting a needed Drupal CiviMail permission got it working.

After testing, I deleted the Transactional Mail pseudo mailing, to start fresh, but find that after doing that I get the yellow-screen-of-death and a missing ID error when an event registration or contribution is submitted. I disabled the extension for now-- how do I fix this?

Also, oddly in my tests, each sent email had a duplicate record with an unknown status. Anyone know why? Thanks.

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    Hi Larry - welcome to Civi SE! It would probably be helpful for folks if you could include what versions of CiviCRM and Drupal you're using (as well as the extension version). – Lesley Carter - BackOffice Nov 28 '18 at 20:24
  • Hi Larry. As well as the CiviCRM and drupal versions could you include the version of the extension you are using. I've just tried following you steps above (first by deleting a specific Transactional Mail pseudo mailing, then by deleting all of them). I wasn't able to replicate the error message. If you are able to identify the error in your civicrm ConfigAndLog log file that would be great too. There is a great extension civicrm.org/extensions/civicrm-log-viewer that enables you to easily view this file, that I would recommend installing if you haven't already. – Luke Stewart Nov 29 '18 at 1:31
  • Thanks-- we are on Drupal 7.61 and CiviCRM 5.4.0. The Transactional Mail extension is 1.0.1. I did find this warning in the log: Nov 27 21:44:51 [warning] Deprecated Path: There is a setting (transactional_mailings) not correctly defined. You may see unpredictability due to this. CRM_Core_Setting::setItems – Larry K. Nov 29 '18 at 22:06
  • are you on PHP 7.1 (or greater) by any chance? I've tracked down that depreciation warning and it looks to have been introduced to cope with changes in php. (Feel free to @ me in the reply so I get notified) – Luke Stewart Dec 4 '18 at 3:22
  • Larry - can you paste the error statement that you get after event registration or after submitting the contribution? – jitendra - fuzion Dec 4 '18 at 8:54

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